Helsinki Cathedral ( Finnish: Helsingin tuomiokirkko, Suurkirkko; Swedish: Helsingfors domkyrka, Storkyrkan) is the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran cathedral of the Diocese of Helsinki, located in the neighborhood of Kruununhaka in the centre of Helsinki, Finland, at the Senate Square.
Helsinki Cathedral. The Cathedral, by Carl Ludvig Engel, rising on the northern side of the Senate Square is the stage of national and academic festive services and one of the most popular tourist sights. The church is part of Helsinki's Empire era centre and a landmark for those arriving by sea. It has become the symbol of the whole of Helsinki. Earlier called St. Nicholas Church and Great Cathedral, the current main church of the Helsinki Diocese was completed in 1852.
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- Unioninkatu 29, Helsinki
Helsinki Cathedral is the principal church of both the Helsinki Diocese and the Helsinki Cathedral Parish. The Cathedral is in active use for worship and concerts every day of the week. Admission fee at Helsinki Cathedral is 5 €. The admission is voluntary and valid only during the visiting hours.
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Helsinki Cathedral The beautiful and historically significant Helsinki Cathedral is an Evangelic Lutheran church, also known as a symbol of Helsinki. Rising from the northern side of the Senate Square the cathedral is the stage of national and academic festive services, and one of the most popular tourist sights.
Helsinki Cathedral Unioninkatu 29, 00170 Helsinki +358 9 2340 6120 tuomiokirkko.srk(at)evl.fi Crypt (open in summertime) Kirkkokatu 18, 00170 Helsinki