Located in the city of Turku, Finland's oldest cathedral is one of the country’s premier tourist attractions, known for its incredible architecture and abundance of historic sites. The cosmic themed "Cathedral of the Archangel Michael and the Holy Mary" is an internationally renowned symbol of the city. Built in the 13th century, this Gothic-style red brick building is 105 meters long and 54 meters wide and can hold up to 10,000 people. Inside, visitors will find a number of amazing artworks, including baroque altarpieces and stained-glass windows. The most famous of these is the wooden altarpiece, which dates back to the 1640s. Photography enthusiasts can appreciate the numerous ornamentations and sculptures crafted in the facade, the main façade decorated with golden figures of angels, while the towers are covered in shields and coats of arms. Visitors in the summer can take part in daily mass and even listen to a number of concerts held in the church's grand hall or public courtyard.
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