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The white neoclassical Lutheran Cathedral of Helsinki

Upon completion, the Cathedral was called St. Nicholas Cathedral, after the Russian Czar Nicholas I who initiated the building project, and St. Nicholas the patron saint of seafarers. Once Finland became independent in 1917, the name Great Cathedral became established. When the Diocese of Helsinki was founded in 1959, the Great Cathedral became Helsinki Cathedral.

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Qiryat Motzkin

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  • Uploaded on April 4, 2014
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    by Nadia Kushnir
    • Taken on 2014/02/17 12:43:06
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