This striking neoclassical cathedral dominates Helsinki's city center. Completed in 1852, it was called St. Nicholas' Church until Finnish independence in 1917.
Church in the Rock
Completed in 1969, this is a spectacular underground church built into a massive block of natural granite. it is an active church and a popular venue for classical concerts.
The largest Orthodox church in western Europe, Uspenski has a striking red-brick exterior and beautiful icons inside. Built in 1868, it is a cathedral of the Finnish Orthodox Church.