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The Cathedral of St. Henry of Uppsala is a Catholic church in Helsinki, the Cathedral of the Helsinki Diocese.
The church was built by the German architect Ernst Lormann in 1860 and consecrated in honor of Saint Henry of Uppsala, the most revered saint of the Catholic Church in Finland, the patron saint of the country, one of the leaders of the Christianization of Finland. The church was intended for Poles serving in the Russian army. In 1955, the temple became the cathedral of the Diocese of Helsinki. In 1989, Pope John Paul II visited the Cathedral of St. Henry of Uppsala on a pastoral visit to Scandinavian countries.
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Topic: Cathedral of St. Henry of Uppsala in Finland, resort of Helsinki.