FINLAND - The Medieval Church of Hollola
Directed by Angelo Giammarresi

Finland - video itinerary - 8 -
Built in the late fifteenth century in an area of great strategic and commercial relevance this ancient medieval church is located at Hollola in southern Finland, about one hundred kilometers from Helsinki. The prerogative is to witness how the advent of the Reformation in Finland has been a peaceful process that has allowed to preserve many ancient wooden statues of the previous period and other precious relics of the oldest wooden church. The interior has a two-aisled vaulted cruises. Interesting to note are the carved doors bearing ancient symbols and are considered among the greatest masterpieces of medieval carpentry existing in Scandinavia.
The church is open daily during the summer and other months by appointment or on a weekend, we suggest you visit it in the autumn, in late September when he begins the season called "Ruska", where the trees and the surrounding vegetation, beautiful landscapes draw with wonderful shades of yellow, red and orange dotted with bright green. English Version Coming Soon