Saariselkä S:t Paulus Chapel

Saariselkä S:t Paulus Chapel

Saariselkä S:t Paulus Chapel
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Fiona912
Yorkshire, UK66 contributions
Dec 2022
we saw this while out on a snow mobile ride. Its a beautiful old building, well maintained & obviously well loved by the locals with many people using it to get married in, even in summer despite guests having a lengthy journey to get there by foot. In Winter you can get there easily by snow mobile and the associated buildings next to it are very interesting
Written 5 January 2023
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Kimulus
Vantaa, Finland152 contributions
Aug 2020
We walked to the church with our Christian friends and as we were the only visitors there, we had a little praise moment there. One of us played the piano and we sang and prayed there. It was really peaceful time and good start for our holiday time in Saariselkä.
Written 7 September 2020
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earthtravelller
North Shields, UK1,031 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
Always one of the first places I visit when in Saariselka. Attractive little modern wooden church in the village with astounding views from the full length windows behind the altar of the adjacent forest, its like bringing nature inside. Stunning by day and by night when the trees are floodlit . A very peaceful, tranquil and thought provoking place to sit and contemplate for a while.

Apart from church services the church is used for community events and the New year concert of traditional Finnish songs was well worth attending, very atmospheric and a glimpse into the local culture so do attend an event too if there is one scheduled.
Written 24 January 2017
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Barun K
Joensuu, Finland9 contributions
Dec 2016 • Friends
Peaceful and warm feeling with a great view. The place had a great interior and place has . The place is also used as communal places among local people from the village, and thus also for events and happenings.
Written 15 December 2016
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286kazuhidey
Otsu, Japan237 contributions
Feb 2016 • Solo
From Santa’s Hotel Tunturi, I went uphill for a while to north. I came across a small church in snow. This was Saariselka S:t paulis kapell (Saariselan Pyhan Paavalin kappeli).
At night I came here again because of photographing northern lights. Here is well known as a best point of observation northern lights. I had a great experience here that I heard some sound of northern lights and I saw special red or pink color northern lights.
Written 19 October 2016
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