The Most Colorful
Church in Helsinki
Why locals love it
The Töölö's Church, located on a steep cliff at the south end of Topeliuspuisto. The Church is a pure example of the Nordic classic style of the 1920s. The stone church designed by architect Hilding Ekelund was completed in 1930. Highly decorative and beautiful church, in which the external decoration are focuses on the park-side end.
Why you should visit it
Töölö's Church is also called the most colorful church in Helsinki, because it has been decorated inside out. Many paintings in the Church are hand painted by Paavo Leinonen. The altarpiece's oil painting by Henry Eriksson. Its main entrance is highlighted by the sculptor Gunnar Finne's concrete relay.
Church. Art. Nordic Classic Style. Architecture.