Tampere Cathedral Overview
Formerly known as the “Church of St. John”, the Tampere Cathedral came into existence during the 20th century. Constructed during the period of Russian rule over Finland, this majestic cathedral flaunts the brilliant Nordic National Romantic Style architectural design, which is a version of the iconic art nouveau.

One of the reasons that the Tampere Cathedral is counted among the most favourite places to see in Tampere for every architecture buff is its alluring frescos that adorn the interior of this church. These Frescos were painted between 1905 and 1906 by the legendary painter Hugo Simberg.

Tuomiokirkonkatu, 33100 Tampere, Finland

10 AM to 5 PM
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