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39SH A church that is at least 100 years old

39SH A church that is at least 100 years old
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John FitzGerald, Gudrun, fragglerocks and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


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 Wierd Folkersma
Wierd Folkersma club
beautiful, a typical Lars Sonck building.
17 months ago.
Sami Serola club
has replied to Wierd Folkersma club
Kiitos Wertti =)

Messukylän vanha kivikirkko olisi tosin ollut historiallisessa mielessä parempi:
fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messukyl%C3%A4n_vanha_kirkko
17 months ago.
Wierd Folkersma club
has replied to Sami Serola club
kivikirkot ovat erityisen kauniita, mutta olen aina ihaillut Lars Sonck -rakennuksia myös.
17 months ago. Edited 17 months ago.
 Janano -
Janano - club
Interesting design and architecture!
17 months ago.
 fragglerocks
fragglerocks club
Agree with Jan! ^
17 months ago.
 Gudrun
Gudrun club
With the blocks of stone it looks solid and heavy from the outside so the Art Nouveau decorations inside are a real surprise!
16 months ago. Edited 16 months ago.
Sami Serola club
has replied to Gudrun club
Art Nouveau took it's own course here in Finland. Here the period of romantic nationalism lingered for half a century, and got mixed with later art movements. If you are familiar with epic poetry of Kalevala and art by Akseli Gallen-Kallela, you may find the connection between "heavy" and "light" visual art typical for Finns. Hugo Simberg, artist who have done the art inside this church, studied art under Gallen-Kallela's supervision.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugo_Simberg
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akseli_Gallen-Kallela
16 months ago. Edited 16 months ago.
Gudrun club
has replied to Sami Serola club
Thank you for the links, I didn't know either! Yes, different countries developed different styles and implemented new trends at their own pace. That makes it so interesting.
16 months ago.

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