Sartenada's photo blog / Blog de foto de Sartenada

December 16, 2011

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d’Helsinki

In English:

This white church dominates the general view of Helsinki and it is overlooking Senate Square. When approaching from the sea it strikes to visitors’ eyes. Thus it is very natural that it is one of the most visited places in Helsinki. Number of visitors is more than 350000 due to its white color it is a “playground” for different happenings like lightshows in wintertime or Mother Nature can colorize it orange at late autumn sunset.

Helsinki Cathedral was built in 1830-1852. Its form is Greek cruciform. originally its style neoclassical was designed by Carl Engel and later modified by Ernst Lohrmann. Seating capacity is for 1300. Inside it is very “modest”. Its altarpiece was painted in the 1880s. On both side there are statues of angels which I love very much. Wikipedia gives detailed info for those who have a real thirst for knowledge.

En español:

Esta iglesia blanca domina el panorama general de Helsinki y es dominando la Plaza del Senado. Cuando se acercaba desde el mar ella golpea a los ojos de los visitantes. Por lo tanto, es muy natural que es uno de los lugares más visitados de Helsinki. Cada año, fue visitada por más de 350.000 visitantes. Debido a su color blanco es un “campo de juego” para diferentes eventos, como espectáculos de luces en el invierno o la Madre Naturaleza puede colorearla con color de naranja a la puesta del sol del otoño.

Catedral de Helsinki fue construida en 1830-1852. Su forma es de cruz griega. originalmente su estilo neoclásico fue diseñado por Carl Engel, y modificada posteriormente por Ernst Lohrmann. Su capacidad es para 1300 personas. Su interior me parece muy “modesto”. El retablo fue pintado en la década de 1880. En ambos lados hay estatuas de los ángeles que me gusta mucho. Wikipedia ofrece información detallada para aquellos que tienen una verdadera sed de conocimiento.

En francais:

Cette église blanche domine la vue générale d’Helsinki et elle aussi domine la place du Sénat. Lorsque vous approchez de la mer elle frappe aux yeux des visiteurs. Ainsi, il est très naturel qu’elle est l’un des lieux les plus visités à Helsinki. Nombre de visiteurs est plus que 350000 par année.En raison de sa couleur blanche, elle est le “terrain de jeu” pour les événements différents comme le spectacle de lumière en hiver ou la Mère Nature peut rendre sa couleur à l’orange au soleil couchant à la fin de l’automne.

Helsinki cathédrale a été construite en 1830-1852. Sa forme est cruciforme grecque. l’origine de son style néoclassique a été conçu par Carl Engel et modifié plus tard par Ernst Lohrmann. Sa capacité est de plus de 1300 personnes. Je trouve son intérieur est très “modeste” Son retable a été peint dans les années 1880. Sur les deux côtés il ya des statues d’anges que j’aime beaucoup. Wikipedia donne des informations plus détaillées pour ceux qui ont une vraie soif de connaissance.

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

Helsinki Cathedral / Catedral de Helsinki / Cathédrale luthérienne d'Helsinki

50 Comments »

  1. beautiful cathedral. Are the light shows you mention shown here, for example the cross that is illuminated?

    Comment by janechese — December 16, 2011 @ 08:22 | Reply

    • Hi Janechese.

      Thank You. When presenting photos from the Cathedral of Helsinki, my aim was to show the “many faces” of it. Those night photos are from last winter when I presented

      Helsinki lightshow

      last January. The illuminated cross was part of show.

      Thank You for Your comment.

      Comment by sartenada — December 16, 2011 @ 08:38 | Reply

  2. Beautiful photos!!! I was there last week for the first fall of snow.

    Comment by Debra Kolkka — December 16, 2011 @ 12:38 | Reply

    • Hello Debra.

      Very interesting. We have really last week snow fall. Here where I live, we have yet some snow although it has been raining during many day. Thank You for Your visit and comment.

      Have a wonderful day!

      Comment by sartenada — December 16, 2011 @ 13:23 | Reply

  3. Bellísima Catedral! Me encanta la arquitectura y el color resplandeciente. Otra cosa que me llama la atención es la forma redondeada del órgano y sus bellas esculturas. Demasiado linda y situación estratégica!!!

    Comment by consueloq — December 16, 2011 @ 14:43 | Reply

    • Hola Consuelo.

      A mi me alegro tu visita y tu comentario tan amable. Muchas Gracias. Tenía que ver de nuevo el órgano y su forma. No lo pensaba, antes tus palabras.🙂

      ¡Qué tenga muy buen día!

      Comment by sartenada — December 16, 2011 @ 15:17 | Reply

  4. Imagino que ese órgano debe de tener una gran resonancia…además de que es muy grande. Todavía lo tocan? Qué bello debe ser escuchar ahí alguna Fuga de Bach!!!
    Muchas gracias por tu comentario en mi página, por cierto que en la de Algunos Datos en donde hago referencia a las Esferas de Piedra, agregué en esa página varios links y un video con mucha información de esas piedras, con mucho gusto para usted, espero que podás verlos. El video es muy bueno y confeccionado por un hombre muy famoso que estudia este tipo de hallazgos. No pude responder en la página porque el formato de la página no me permite hacerlo, Tengo que ver cómo cambio eso. Muchas gracias a usted, como siempre magníficos y bellos todos tus aportes en tus blogs.

    Comment by Consuelo Quesada — December 16, 2011 @ 16:38 | Reply

    • Saludos Consuelo.

      Gracias de nuevo por su visita. Voy a ver el video así pronto que es posible. ¡Feliz fin de semana!

      ¡Abrazos!

      Comment by sartenada — December 16, 2011 @ 19:41 | Reply

  5. Very impressing and beautifully well preserved. It is nice to see it in both summer and winter. How was the big light cross made, was it for a special occasion?

    Comment by Giiid — December 16, 2011 @ 17:05 | Reply

    • Hi Giiid.

      Thank You commenting and asking a question. The cross was specially made for that light show, I think so. It was full of Led lights and they cannot be seen so well in photos, hmm, at least not in my photos.🙂 I was thinking of presenting the Cathedral already many times before, but I decided to postpone its presentation until I have a good collection of pictures from the outside.

      There will one Helsinki post more next week which topic is Christmas. It will end my Helsinki posts which have lasted for weeks so far. On Friday 6th, 2012, I start a new series presenting our holiday trip by car “Beyond the Arctic Circle”.

      Happy week-end!

      Comment by sartenada — December 16, 2011 @ 19:56 | Reply

  6. Thank you for these wonderful photos of the cathedral. I really like the statues on the exterior of the building, and your last picture, where the building is bathed in sunlight, is gorgeous. I can understand why you like the angels in the interior; they are beautiful. I think the interior is simple yet very majestic. I would love to hear that organ.

    Comment by seniorhiker — December 16, 2011 @ 17:20 | Reply

    • Hello George.

      I am very glad that You like Helsinki Cathedral. It was “funny” that You highlighted my last photo in Your comment. I remember it very well when I took the photo, although I took it already in 2004. I was returning from the event which my ex-company organized for senior workers and when I passed the Cathedral, sunset gilded it.

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by sartenada — December 16, 2011 @ 20:11 | Reply

  7. Such a beautiful building. I like all the details. I would also like to hear the organ. It looks magnificent. Judy

    Comment by Northern Narratives — December 16, 2011 @ 18:06 | Reply

    • Hi Judy.

      Thank You. Organ sound is great very modestly said. I am happy that my photos pleased to You.

      I wish to You a very happy week-end.

      Comment by sartenada — December 16, 2011 @ 20:15 | Reply

  8. lovely photos…..such a beautiful cathedral, and in wonderful condition, also. The lighting fixtures, the naves, statues….everything is stunning. Thank you for sharing.

    Comment by Judy — December 16, 2011 @ 19:41 | Reply

    • Hi Judy.

      So nice to read Your comment and that You love the Cathedral. It is a really beautiful place. Think, last summer when we had a family reunion there, we spent one hour inside having our own worship in this Cathedral. All who come from elsewhere in Finland also liked the church. To them it was an experience.

      Have a wonderful day!

      Comment by sartenada — December 16, 2011 @ 20:24 | Reply

  9. I love seeing the exterior in so many different lights. And the angels inside are beautiful. The sculptor captures the look of rapture on their faces. I would love to hear the organ – with such care taken to make the look of the pipes so beautiful, I imagine that even more care was taken to make the sound beautiful. This was a lovely start to my weekend. Thank you!

    Comment by harpingjanet — December 16, 2011 @ 22:35 | Reply

    • Hello Janet.

      I am sure that You would be enchanted by listening organs. I love also those angels. Many years ago when I started digital photography, I did not have “eye” to photograph them. So, last year I decided to photograph them thoroughly.

      Helsinki Cathedral is also on television every year on our Independence Day, because then the government and parliament participate in worship. The church is open at the same time to other people also, even though it is full of socialites.🙂

      Thank You for Your comment. Have a nice week-end!

      Comment by sartenada — December 17, 2011 @ 15:47 | Reply

  10. There just aren’t sufficient words to describe the beauty of that Cathedral! I remember your post from last year very well and I love the colors at night, but to me the beauty and elegance of the Cathedral are best presented in the first two photos. I also join with the others who mentioned that they would like to hear that organ!

    Comment by montucky — December 17, 2011 @ 07:53 | Reply

    • Hi Terry.

      I am very happy that You liked my post. We just came from Helsinki today, to see my old mom and it was raining, no snow. What a disappointment! We have still some snow here where we live. I did not take even one picture, because it rained heavily! Well, it happens as we all know. Maybe You some year come to listen to the organs.

      Happy week-end!

      Comment by sartenada — December 17, 2011 @ 15:52 | Reply

  11. Very elegant and striking in the plain white with golden domes. This in one beautiful cathedral!

    Comment by kateri — December 18, 2011 @ 06:13 | Reply

    • Hi Kateri.

      Thank You for Your visit on my site. It is amazing how white can transform into multi-color, in different lights. Thank You for Your comment.

      Have a very happy Sunday!

      Comment by sartenada — December 18, 2011 @ 09:31 | Reply

  12. This white cathedral is just amazing…. What a beautiful architecture ! So pure and impressive…
    Excellent series Matti ! Have a lovely weekend🙂

    Comment by Tamara — December 18, 2011 @ 14:31 | Reply

    • Hello Tamara.

      I am glad that my photos from Helsinki Cathedral pleased for You. Thank You.

      Happy Sunday afternoon!

      Comment by sartenada — December 18, 2011 @ 14:35 | Reply

  13. Wow, already so much snow in Suomi?!
    I can’t believe this.
    February is usually the coldest month here in England.
    So I guess, you must have more snow in February too?

    I have to say that the design of this cathedral is more like the White House in America.
    So it’s probably fit for a king!

    Comment by London Caller — December 18, 2011 @ 17:28 | Reply

    • Hi London Caller.

      Maybe I did not mention it so clearly, maybe in some comments of mine, but my set of photos is a collection from many years. Then there is a but, because last year we had huge amount of snow in Helsinki in December, but now it is raining. It has been raining for days, maybe for weeks. In my post, which will be published on next week’s Friday, You’ll see how much snow there was last year in Helsinki at same period.🙂

      Coolest month in Finland is mainly January, but many times also February. All depends on from where are prevailing winds coming. If they are coming from the Atlantic and especially from the Gulf Stream, then we have “warm” and wet, if winds are from the North Pole and from the East and Southeast, then the weather is cold during winter. Well, the weather is so complicated thing that we could talk from it months.🙂

      Thank You for Your visit and comment.

      Happy Sunday evening!

      Comment by sartenada — December 18, 2011 @ 19:48 | Reply

  14. This is a very grand and impressive building! And the white color and the location highlights its beautiful nature. A nice idea to illuminate it with beautiful colors in the dark. I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas up in Finland!

    Comment by truels — December 19, 2011 @ 01:25 | Reply

    • Good morning Truels.

      Thank You. I think that there are not so many white churches, but I am not sure.

      Happy Christmas to You also, but I wish that if You have time to come for visit next Friday, because then I publish my Christmas post.

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by sartenada — December 19, 2011 @ 08:21 | Reply

  15. Fascinating structure. I really appreciate all of the different vantage points and the variety of light and climatic conditions that you showed in this post. The interior images are very interesting as well.

    Comment by kerryl29 — December 19, 2011 @ 20:44 | Reply

    • Hello Kerryl29.

      I am happy that You liked my photos presenting Helsinki Cathedral. Thank You.

      Have a wonderful day!

      Comment by sartenada — December 20, 2011 @ 08:11 | Reply

  16. Je ne me souvenais plus comme cette cathédrale était belle ! La toute première photo est magnifique. J’aime l’environnement blanc avec quelques taches colorées comme le tramway, les lampes suspendues dans cet enchevêtrement de fils électriques, très artistique, Matti. L’intérieur dépouillé de la cathédrale me plaît, j’imagine qu’en dehors de la saison touristique on peut bien s’y recueillir. Merci de nous offrir tous ces cadeaux au cours de l’année, je t’en suis reconnaissante. Meilleurs voeux de Noel et Bonne Année à ton épouse et à toi ainsi qu’à ta famille.

    Comment by isathreadsoflife — December 21, 2011 @ 09:11 | Reply

    • Bonjour Isa.

      Merci de faire une pause sur mon blog et de faire un commentaire. Je suis très heureux que tu as trouvée quelques photos lesquelles te plussent.

      Joyeux Noël et Joyeux Nouvel An à toi et aux tiennes.

      Comment by sartenada — December 21, 2011 @ 12:13 | Reply

  17. Wow! So many beautiful images! I can’t even decide which I like the best. Beautiful post, I can see a lot of time went in to this one.

    Comment by Adam Allegro — December 22, 2011 @ 10:24 | Reply

    • Hi Adam.

      It does not matter, if You cannot decide Your favorite photo. To me it is always a great joy to receive a comment. You are right; it was a long “project” to collect these photos during many years and seasons, but it was worth for it. Thank You.

      Happy Thursday!

      Comment by sartenada — December 22, 2011 @ 11:25 | Reply

  18. Tus fotos son para un premio, super, muy buenas…
    Maravillosas¡¡¡

    Comment by 1cruzdelsur — December 24, 2011 @ 06:50 | Reply

    • Hola 1cruzdelsur!

      Muchas gracias por tu visita y comentario tan amable.

      Un abrazo.

      Comment by sartenada — December 24, 2011 @ 14:23 | Reply

  19. Les mêmes marchés de noël que chez moi ! sauf que nous n’avons pas la neige …
    Merry christmas for you and your family.

    Comment by Sylvie - Anjou France — December 24, 2011 @ 12:50 | Reply

    • Bonjour Sylvie.

      Nous apprenons comment à construire des marchés de Noël.🙂

      Merry Christmas to You and Yours!

      Comment by sartenada — December 24, 2011 @ 14:27 | Reply

  20. Matti, what a magnificent cathedral!!!

    The lighting effects are spectacular, austere, and uniquely different from any church I’ve ever seen! The blue, especially, is especially royal.

    I can’t help but wonder who built it and how long it took to build. Think of the stories from the workers’ perspective. Think of what the cathedral would say about the people who have visited and left their prayerful petitions.

    Absolutely stunning! Majestic.

    Thanks sooo much for sharing!

    Comment by Deli Lanoux, Ed.D. — December 25, 2011 @ 21:00 | Reply

    • Hi Deli.

      I am very happy that You like this church, which is a landmark in Helsinki.

      Thank You.

      Comment by sartenada — December 26, 2011 @ 08:51 | Reply

  21. Lovely pictures!

    Comment by Postcardaholic — December 28, 2011 @ 09:45 | Reply

    • Hello Postcardaholic.

      Thank You for Your comment.

      Have a lovely day!

      Comment by sartenada — December 28, 2011 @ 10:06 | Reply

  22. thanks for your Music-Suggestion! I’ll post in soon in 2012😀
    xandi

    Comment by xandimusic — December 29, 2011 @ 12:36 | Reply

    • Hi Xadimusic.

      Thank You accepting it.

      Comment by sartenada — December 29, 2011 @ 13:11 | Reply

  23. Really nice photos about Helsinki! May I ask what camera you are using?

    Comment by Sightseeing Helsinki — January 24, 2012 @ 22:38 | Reply

    • Hi Sightseeing Helsinki.

      Thank You giving Your time to see my post. I am using since 2008 Nikon D300. Also, if I have not with me my Nikon, I use my old pocket camera Panasonic Lumix DMC LX-1. For example last photo is taken by it. I trust my Nikon, because it has worked great in coldest wintry conditions like when photographing World’s Biggest Snow Castle and free hand.

      Comment by Sartenada — January 25, 2012 @ 08:44 | Reply

  24. helsinki is so beautiful, thx for the pics!

    Comment by kam — April 22, 2012 @ 12:30 | Reply

    • Hi Kam.

      Thank You. In Helsinki there are three churches worth for visit. This one, the Cathedral is one. Two others are:

      Rock church

      Uspensky Orthodox Cathedral

      I have been photographed about 380 churches around in Finland and the fact is that on countryside, there are more interesting churches. Of course it’s a matter of taste, but after visiting in so many churches, I think that I am right.

      I am very happy that You checked Helsinki and its white Cathedral.

      Happy Sunday!

      Comment by Sartenada — April 22, 2012 @ 16:38 | Reply

      • Wow, thx for sharing! Finland is just amazing!!The Rock Church is especially cool. It reminds me of a nature reserve with the existing rock preserved and sunken into ground!

        Comment by kam — April 23, 2012 @ 15:19 | Reply

        • Hi Kam.

          I am so glad that You did take a look at Rock Church. I do not want to “overload” with my posts, but what about if You take a look at this:

          Sculptor’s private wooden church

          Look at carefully its doors first before “entering” inside it and get amazed.

          Thank You again for Your visit and lovely comment.

          Comment by Sartenada — April 23, 2012 @ 15:36 | Reply


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