For visitors to Finland’s capital, the Helsinki Cathedral soon becomes a familiar landmark as it looks down over the very heart of the city center. Built in the early to mid-19th century, the cathedral sits among a number of other architectural wonders from the same bygone era. Although it is still used as a place of worship, the cathedral is well worth a visit for anyone with an interest in architecture, history or religion. The convenient central location of the cathedral means it can easily be reached via public transport and you can also incorporate a visit with several other interesting attractions in the local area.
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