Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Church of Sääksmäki / Iglesia de Sääksmäki / Église de Sääksmäki / Sääksmäen kirkko

In English:

Church of Sääksmäki is dating from 1495-1505. Bell tower was built in 1507. Thunder destroyed bell tower and it was rebuilt in 1766. Church was renovated in 1924-1935, but it had bad luck again, because it was burned in fire in 1938. Again it was rebuilt and it got its original style and form. Also bell tower was repaired to its more original style.

En español:

La iglesia de Sääksmäki data de 1495-1505. El campanario fue construido en 1507. El trueno destruyó campanario y fue reedificado en 1766. La iglesia fue restaurada en 1924-1935, pero tenido mala suerte otra vez, porque fue quemado en el fuego en 1938. Otra vez fue reedificado y conseguido a su estilo y la forma originales. También campanario fue reparado a su estilo más original.

En français:

L'église de Sääksmäki date de 1495-1505. Le clocher a été construit en 1507. Le tonnerre a détruit le clocher et il a été reconstruit en 1766. L'église a été restaurée dans 1924-1935, mais il a eu la mauvaise chance encore, parce qu'il a été brûlé dans le feu en 1938. Encore il a été reconstruit et il a obtenu son style et sa forme originales. Aussi le clocher a été réparé à son style plus original.

Suomeksi:


Sääksmäen kirkko ajoittuu vuosiin 1495-1505. Kellotapuli on vuodelta 1507. Ukkonen tuhosi sen ja se rakennettiin uudestaan vuonna 1766. Kirkko peruskorjattiin vuosina 1924-1935, mutta vuonna 1928 kirkko paloi totaalisesti. Jälleen kirkko rakennettiin uudelleen ja se sai tarkan alkuperäisen muodon. Kellotapulia myös korjailtiin entisemmän näköiseksi vuonna 1932.



















4 comments:

cascas said...

Auringon paistaessa Sääksmäen kirkko näyttää kauniilta ja rauhaisalta, mutta miltä se näyttääkään pimeänä myrskyisänä yönä, ehkäpä jopa pelottavalta.

Carrizo said...

Niinpä niin. Kirkko on hieno, mutta tuo kellotapuli on minusta kovin komea. Kiitokset kommentista jota arvostan.

Dex said...

hello sir vili...beautiful churches you got here....i love these church photos especialy the one on the top.....i have here photo of a church from Poland my captain sent it to me but it is not the outside photo..only the interior

Carrizo said...

Hi Dex.

What a surprise!!! I am really glad to hear from You. Also I highly appreciate Your comment, because You a man who have seen world more than me, although I once travelled around the world via Hawaii to Tokyo. That was in the seventies.

About this church blog. I was thinking long time about what I could tell and show to the world about my country and then I realized that because my hobby is to photograph churches, why not show and tell about them.

You have surely noticed that I am no more blogging in Yahoo 360 and that I have moved to Multiply. Which is better nobody can say, but to find friend who actively makes comments and have interesting blogs is important, You know. I have to confess that I like Yours very much, Dex.

I’ll visit Your home page, be sure. Warm breezes to the South see my friend!

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