Tampere Orthodox Church

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Tampere Orthodox Church
Finnish: Tampereen ortodoksinen kirkko
Swedish: Tammerfors ortodoxa kyrka
Russian: Церковь Александра Невского Тампере
Orthodox Church of Tampere.jpg
61°29′43″N 23°46′19″E / 61.49528°N 23.77194°E / 61.49528; 23.77194Coordinates: 61°29′43″N 23°46′19″E / 61.49528°N 23.77194°E / 61.49528; 23.77194
LocationTampere
CountryFinland
DenominationEastern Orthodox
History
Consecrated1899 (1899)
Architecture
Functional statusActive
Architect(s)T. U. Yazukov
Architectural typeChurch
StyleRussian Revival architecture
Administration
ParishTampere
DioceseHelsinki

Tampere Orthodox Church (also known as the Church of the Alexander Nevsky and the Saint Nicholas) is an Eastern Orthodox church in Tampere, Finland, located in the Kyttälä city district. It is dedicated to Saint Alexander Nevsky and to Saint Nicholas. Tampere Orthodox Church was completed in 1899 to the design of the Russian military architect T. U. Yazukov.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pyhän Aleksanteri Nevskin ja pyhän Nikolaoksen kirkko" (in Finnish). Finnish Orthodox Church. Retrieved 19 December 2016.