Turku Cathedral is the main church of Lutheranism in Finland and the most famous medieval cathedral in Finland. The church was built in 1229 and expanded many times, reaching its present scale by the end of the 14th century. Because I came to the city by cruise from Turku-Stockholm and only visited the Cathedral of Turku. The Cathedral situated on the banks of the Aola River is tall and simple, impressive and beautiful.
Turku Cathedral is worth seeing, both in appearance and in interior.
Turku Cathedral is the only surviving medieval church in Finland. There is a clock on each side of the central wall. According to the guide, several archbishops are buried in the basement of the cathedral. It is said that there is also a queen buried here. So this cathedral has a very important place in the heart of Finnish people, many people will come to admire it.
Turku Church is the main church of Lutheranism in Finland and the most famous medieval cathedral in Finland. It is situated in the upstream downtown area along the Aola River, far away from the ancient castle of Turku. Opening the heavy wooden door, he entered the church. The first thing he saw was a small museum with some relics preserved in the cathedral.
Lutheran Catholic Church in Finland is also a famous medieval cathedral. It has a long history. It is one of the places of interest in Turku. It looks very atmospheric from the outside. It is beautifully decorated. There is also a museum that you can visit if you are interested.
Turku's most famous monuments are the ancient castles and cathedrals left over from the Middle Ages. The ancient castles and cathedrals are situated on the banks of the Ola River. The old castles are located at the mouth of the lower reaches of the Ola River. The cathedral is located in the downtown area of the upper reaches, far from the old castle. Turku Cathedral is the main church of Lutheranism in Finland and the most famous medieval cathedral in Finland. The cathedral was built in 1229. Pure naturalism has been proved here again. The cathedral is made of primitive rocks. After many times of expansion, it has been continuously heightened and thickened to the present scale. Looking from the outside, the tall exterior wall has no whitewash, showing the mottled traces of perennial wind and rain erosion.