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Hyvinkää Church, also known as The New Church of Hyvinkää, is a modernist church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland, located in the town of Hyvinkää, Finland. It was designed by architect Professor Aarno Ruusuvuori and built in 1961.
The pyramid-like Hyvinkää Church is probably the best-known building in Hyvinkää. The church is large, it is 32 metres (105 ft) high and has 630 seats. The surface area of the church is 1,779 square metres (19,150 sq ft). Wide windows produce the lighting, behind the altar is a large window.
The organ was built in 1977 by Hans Heinrich and has 35 stops.
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