Mikkeli Cathedral

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St. Michael's Cathedral
Mikkelin tuomiokirkko (Finnish)
S:t Michels domkyrka (Swedish)
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St. Michael's Cathedral
61°41′21.4″N 027°16′00.3″E / 61.689278°N 27.266750°E / 61.689278; 27.266750Coordinates: 61°41′21.4″N 027°16′00.3″E / 61.689278°N 27.266750°E / 61.689278; 27.266750
Location Mikkeli,
Country Finland
Denomination Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland
Website www.mikkelintuomiokirkkoseurakunta.fi
Dedication St Michael
Status Cathedral
Architect(s) Josef Stenbäck
Architectural type Cathedral
Style Gothic Revival
Completed 1897
Capacity seats 1,200
Diocese Mikkeli
Bishop(s) Seppo Häkkinen

Mikkeli Cathedral is a large church in Mikkeli, Southern Savonia, Finland, designed by Finnish church architect Josef Stenbäck. It was built in 1896–1897 and represents the Gothic Revival style like many other churches designed by Stenbäck. The bell tower is in the western gable of the church. The church has 1,200 seats.

The organ was built in 1956 by Kangasala Organ Factory and has 51 stops. The altar painting "Crucified" was made by Pekka Halonen in 1899.

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