Submitted by: Callmemochelle (from Anaheim, CA, USA)
Location: Helsinki Cathedral [map]
Status since photo:
The Helsinki Cathedral was built in 1852 and is an Evangelical Lutheran cathedral of the Diocese of Helsinki; originally it was built as a tribute to Nicholas I, the Tsar of Russia, and was named after him until Finland's independence in 1917. The cathedral received 350,000 visitors annually, making it one of Finland's top tourist attractions in addition to being one of the major landmarks of Helsinki.
Person(s) in photo: submitter
Location formerly known as:
- St. Nicholas Church (1852-1917)