Finska Kyrkan - Finnish Church, Stockholm

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Slottsbacken 2C, Stockholm 00 46 8 20 61 40

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    Finska Kyrka (The Finnish Church)

    by sim1 Updated Nov 11, 2007

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    Here you can see a nice winterview of the Finnish Church (Finska Kyrka) during christmas time. The Finnish Church is also located in the Gamla Stan, directly behind the Storkyrkan and the Castle (this area around the caslte is called Slottsbacken). The Finnish Church is the smallest of the 5 churches in the Gamla Stan. The church doesn't have a tower and dates back to the 1640, which makes it Slottsbackens oldest building. The official name of the church is "Fredriks kyrka", named after King Fredrik I.

    Finnish church during Christmas
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    Finska Kyrkan

    by gordonilla Written Sep 17, 2005

    The yellow building , although small, was originally an indoor tennis court which Fredrik I gave to the Finnish community of Stockholm in the 1740s to be used as a church. It is now used as a community centre amd historical archive. There are no set hours for it's opening.

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