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Orisberg church is one of the few private churches in Finland. The Church, designed by architect Carl Ludvig Engel, was inaugurated in 1831.
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The Ortodox Church of Vaasa was built in 1862 and consecrated 21.9.1866. The church is built as a Byzantine Gothic cruciform church. Open: 1.7.-31.7.2014 Mon-Fri 12-16 and when services. Other times according to agreement, tel. 050 467 8217.
+358 20 610 0495
Jugend style church built in 1910 from drawings by A.W. Stenfors.
+358 6 326 1464
A wooden church with a cross-shaped basic form. Built in 1805 by Nathanael Rönnblad from Pörtom as a builder. The building of the belfry began in 1832 and the builder was Henry (Heikki) Kuorikoski from Kaustinen.
+358 6 347 0274
The construction of the church in Pörtom started in 1781 and it was ready for consecration in September 1783. The bell tower was built in 1790, and the pulpit was made by Natanael Rönnlund in 1818.
+358 6 220 4200
The Gustav Adolf Church in Replot village was built in 1781 and stands on the hill called Skieppskatts-backen. The church was built as a so called long church with a steep roof. In the 1840s, the church received its altar construction and pulpit from the Sankta Maria church in Old Vasa, and so were saved from the great fire of 1852.
+358 6 352 0005
Wooden church from 1786.
+358 6 344 2206
Wooden church built in 1929 from drawings by Oskar Berg.
+358 6 326 1211
The Church of Korsholm
In 1776, the Court of Appeal was built in Vaasa by Gustavus III, this was the second Court of Appeal in Finland. The building, which was designed by superintendent C. F. Adelcrantz was completed in 1786. After the great fire (1852) in the town, when almost everything was burnt to the ground, the building of the Court of Appeal began to serve as the church for Mustasaari congregation. The bell-tower, designed by C. A. Setterberg, was built in the 1800s.
+358 6 356 0500
The Museum of Old Vaasa
The Museum of Old Vaasa is located in the Wasastjerna House, in the city quarter known as Old Vaasa. You can learn about the history of Vaasa before the fire of 1852, which destroyed most of the city as it was then.
The museum’s ticket sales desk offers a small selection of cards, historically-themed museum shop items and books. The vaulted storage room on the ground floor functions as a café, Falander’s Cellar, which during the summer serves coffee, tea and soft drinks.
+358 6 325 3800
The Old Church in Isokyrö
The old church was built in the end of Middle Ages, and it’s oldest part is the sacristy. There is 114 frescos on the church’s walls.
The old stone bridge in Toby
The stone bridge at Toby is the second oldest stone bridge still in use in Finland. With its twin arches, its 85 m length and 5,5 m width, it is a fine example of the bridge-building techniques of the 18th century.
The traditions of Tottesund Estate go all the way back to the 17th century. Earlier it has been used as an estate for military officers, and today it is used as an office building. There’s a possibility for quided tours in July.
+358 6 382 1111
Vaasa Church was planned by the architect C. A. Setterberg and consecrated in 1869. The church, built in an English neo-gothic style, has a capacity of almost 900 people. The last restoration took place in the year 2000.
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Vaasa Market hall
For over a century Vasa Market Hall has been serving people as an essential gathering place and market in Vaasa. We, the merchants are very proud of our Gothic style hall building and its atmosphere ringing with history. Vasa Market Hall is one of the oldest in Finland, it is also protected by museum laws.
The Market hall was built in two separate sections of which the first, the one adjacent to Vaasanpuistikko stood clear in 1902, the second one, closer to Kauppapuistikko in 1927. From 1963 and on, the two halves have been joined together, making a free passage between the upper and the lower section of the Market Hall.
Visit the Market Hall for lunch, finish it off with a nice espresso and bring home some nice fresh ingredients – everything conveniently under the same roof! We also offer special treats that make your taste-buds water.
Vetokannas Church is designed by Gösta Bergman and was ready in 1961. The icon is painted by Erland Forberg and organ is from Heinrich organ factory.
+358 6 321 2571
Vitmossen, Bronze age domicile
The church in Vähäkyrö was built 1799-1803.
The oldest wooden church, that is still beeing used, in Finland. The church was built in 1626 and the bell tower in 1702.
+358 6 384 4300
The church in Övermark was built 1875-1878, because the parish had been granted independency from the parish of Närpes by the tsar in 1871.
+358 6 225 3452