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EijaMaija wrote a review Jun 2018
Helsinki, Finland494 contributions55 helpful votes
Big stone church in a small town. Definitely worth a visit in case you end up in this part of Finland.
Date of experience: June 2018
BeachStone2C wrote a review May 2018
Helsinki, Finland2773 contributions371 helpful votes
This church in Lohja was built more 500 years ago. It is in active use and open to the public daily. Known for its paintings inside the church.
Date of experience: May 2018
mWrite wrote a review Jun 2017
Helsinki, Finland1366 contributions404 helpful votes
If you are Lohja area, remember to make short stop here. They have also concerts like Xmas carrolls here too. Finnish lutheran churches differ from Central European ones, especially from catholic ones. Finnish churches are very plain, no golden glitter. Lohja church has beautiful paintings on limestone background, as there is a limestone mine almost directly underneath it, worth also visiting. If you can't make to Lohja, there is another very similar church close to Helsinki Airport with same name and look.…
Date of experience: June 2017
Merja75 wrote a review Nov 2016
Finland370 contributions21 helpful votes
This is a really beautiful old stone church almost in the middle of Lohja city. It is so tall that it can easily be seen from the main street. Free parking place just outside the church.
Date of experience: September 2016
OT-Lohja wrote a review Jul 2016
Lohja283 contributions85 helpful votes
We were married in St Lauri's church so it will always have a specific place in oir hearts. St Lauri's church is worth visiting especially during Christmas, live candles with traditional Christmas songs.
Date of experience: December 2015