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Finska kyrkan, Stockholm

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The Finnish Church is a church building in Gamla stan in Stockholm, Sweden. Belonging to the Stockholm Finnish Parish of the Church of Sweden, it was opened in 1725 after the Lilla Bollhuset building had been rebuilt into a church.
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  • At Palace Square and close to the old town, you will find the Finnish Church. Probably a bit negligible and does not look like a church from the outside. Yellow building and lettering on the wall which says that it is the Finska Kyrka in Stockholm. Historically, there are many Finnish citizens in Sweden and probably quite rightly that their congregation has its own church. Unfortunately, the Church's front packed into containers and it is closed for repair when we were there in February 2017. While the repair is done keeping the Finnish Congregation of church services in the Tyska Kyrka. Must come back when it is once again open.
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  • And somehow this neighborhood and Church-like building the side walk in a little space casually the small bronze statue looked at the sky was. And gazing at the sky with three iron boy with us because I went to evening or everyone, my loneliness, feeling a little poor. Not seen it become a tourist spot would alone offer only the sky daily. Please go to you, come to meet.
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  • In the back of the lock on the Obelisk into the small lane, right on the corner. From the outside rather unimpressive, the Finnish Church is a good place for reflection and to the lively bustle around me to stop and possibly to Orient. I enjoyed the peace and quiet here and that not everyone finds the Church. She is inside just as simply as outside.
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  • House the cutest statue in the back yard. The Iron Boy is the smallest public statue in Stockholm.
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  • In the courtyard of the Finnish Church is a monument to the little boy who is sitting on his bed, hugging her knees and looks up at the moon. Swedes love this boy and call him Ouellet pointed out, bring him sweets and sew or knit various clothing-hats, scarves. It is the smallest sculpture in Stockholm!
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  • Not easy to find because it is not typical Church-like. In the courtyard you can find Svärnpojke! Amazing monumental phenomenal!
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  • Do not hate churches so I'll just say: an ordinary Church, nothing special
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