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Church of Nokia by Lauri Jeskanen

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Lauri Jeskanen Lauri Jeskanen
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1
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2.73 Gigapixels
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1519
Date added
Aug 30, 2010
Date taken
Aug 30, 2010
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A full 360°-panorama (some of the floor not included)

The church of Nokia is located in the city of Nokia in Finland. It was built 1837 and the main architect was C.L. Engel. The role model for this church has been the temple of Pantheon in Rome.

The grey limestone floor represents earth and fighting church. The blue ceiling represents heaven and jubilant church. The orange stripe between the walls and the ceiling represents the border of time and eternity.

There’s room for 780 people in this church.


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