Cathedral is the most famous building in Helsinki. It is located in Parliament Square and is a Lutheran church. Helsinki Cathedral, built in 1852, is the essence of Finnish architectural art because of its exquisite structure and extraordinary appearance. The Cathedral stands in the Senate Square where tourists gather. The cathedral is situated over 80 meters above sea level. At first glance, the main body of the milky white church supported by the Greek corridor pillars and the bell tower with a pale green bronze dome stand out. Its magnificent momentum and beautiful structure make it a classic in Finnish architectural history and a landmark building in Helsinki. All visitors to Helsinki will not miss this scenic spot, which is the representative and landmark building of Helsinki and Finland. The church and the square in front of the church are gathering places for tourists. There are also leisurely seagulls on the square. The surrounding buildings are the University of Helsinki, the Cabinet Building, the Presidential Palace, the Supreme Court and the City Hall. It's also near the sea.
Holy and worshipful places, from the Parliament Square up, there are many steps. It's built on a hillside, but there's no need to climb so many steps from behind. No wonder from the sea, it is so tall, as if it is many houses higher than the coast. Throughout the churches in Europe, there is a feeling of "desire is higher than the public test in heaven". The church is very beautiful, white body and blue hat, simple and beautiful, pleasing to the eye. Internal structure, symmetrical balance, Biblical icons, candlelight, harmony and harmony. A good scenic spot worth visiting.
Helsinki Cathedral, the first stop of the Nordic tour, is adjacent to Helsinki Senate Square. There are many places of interest and shopping areas around it, which can be easily walked. We happened to be caught in a snowy and rainy day. The children didn't change their hiking shoes. The running shoes were all wet. The windbreaker's waterproof coefficient was not high. We bought it right away. Fortunately, there was a shopping area next to it. The Nordic is famous for its windproof and waterproof sports goods. Now I know why!
Helsinki Cathedral is the most famous building in Helsinki. It is very high and beautiful outside. The white and green dome is very solemn. Stepping into the church, there is a pianist playing music. There is a special taste in the solemn and quiet church, which makes people meditate and understand the meaning of the church.
Commonly known as the White Church, Helsinki white and red two churches. White Church should belong to Protestantism. There is no image of Jesus Christ, only oil painting. Churches are generally closed, but sometimes they can. The White Church is a landmark building in Helsinki. It has a large square in front of its door.
Helsinki's main attraction is three churches and one garden. The white church in Senate Square was built in 1852. It is the essence of Finnish architectural art. It is a Lutheran Protestant church. The cathedral is over 80 meters above sea level. The green arch bell tower at the top is the symbol of Helsinki.
Helsinki Cathedral, located in front of Parliament Square, is the most famous building in Helsinki. The whole building is a white green roof, which is very eye-catching from a distance. In the heart of Poles, it is very sacred. Young people hope to hold a wedding here. Poland is also a country of music, where there are often large-scale musical performances, and every Sunday evening organ concerts are held, which is a very holy and busy place.
It takes about ten minutes to walk from the hotel to the Central Railway Station, and a little further to Helsinki Cathedral, commonly known as the White Cathedral. The white appearance, coupled with the light green dome, is a landmark of Heshi City, but it can only be said in general in many famous cathedrals in Europe. In the early morning, however, there were few people, and the simple appearance made it very solemn, quiet and peaceful.
In the north of Parliament Square, a majestic milky-white building was built in Lutheran Church in 1852. It's the essence of Finnish architecture, and the pillars are Greek. Many young people hold weddings here, but they have to make appointments long in advance, even a year and a half. In front of the church is a bronze statue of Czar Alexander II. To the East is the world-famous University of Helsinki.