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The Lutheran Church is a church in the city of Rovaniemi, built by the architect Bertel Lijekvist in 1950 on the site of another building. The church that stood here before was destroyed during the war. In its place, to the left of the entrance to the new church, lies a memorial stone.
In the churchyard there is a memorial to the Finnish soldiers who died during the Second World War. There is a memorial to the Finnish soldiers who died during the Second World War on the territory of the churchyard. There is also a memorial to the Finnish fighters for independence and freedom who died in 1918.
The interior of the church is decorated in a classical style and is decorated with a fourteen-meter fresco"The Source of Life", created by the artist Lennart Segerstrohl. In 1987, a 45-register organ for 4000 pipes was installed. A spire with a cross is installed on the roof of the temple. The church is designed for a thousand parishioners and is open every day during the summer, as well as during the Christmas holidays. At other times, the Lutheran Church can only be visited by prior arrangement.
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Topic: Lutheran Church in Finland, Rovaniemi resort.