Temppeliaukio Kirkko is a must-see for worshipers and students of architecture. Carved into and out of solid rock, this remarkable Protestant church is certainly one of the most wondrous human constructions in all of Finland.
Originally designed in the 1930s, construction was halted by World War II. The rock church was eventually built to original plans in 1969. Church services are held in the Temppeliaukio Kirkko, but that's not the only sort of event you'll find in this acoustically-perfect structure. Here you can hear brilliant musical performances, as well.
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