The Church of the Holy Cross was built for the Franciscan monastery in the late 15th century. After the Church of the Holy Trinity was destroyed by fire in 1640, the Church of the Holy Cross became the parish church of the Lutherans. The church celebrates its 500th anniversary 2012. Rauma, Finland

The Church of the Holy Cross was built for the Franciscan monastery in the late…

Rauma, Finland

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Kitukränni, Suomen kapein katu.----the narrowest street in Finland

----the narrowest street in Finland Rauma

Rauma, Finland

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Kuninkaankatu 7, Vanha Rauma (kuva: Juha Sinisalo)

Kuninkaankatu 7, Vanha Rauma (kuva: Juha Sinisalo)

Idyllic Old Rauma, Finland.

Idyllic Old Rauma, Finland.

Vanhan Rauman kyltit | Käsityöverstas | | handicraft Workshop

Vanhan Rauman kyltit | Käsityöverstas | | handicraft Workshop

The Bronze Age cairn cemetery of Sammallahdenmäki in Lappi village (Rauma) was the first Finnish archaeological site to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in December 1999. Sammallahdenmäki was chosen to the list as the finest Western Bronze Age site in Finland and Scandinavia.

The Bronze Age cairn cemetery of Sammallahdenmäki in Lappi village (Rauma) was the first Finnish archaeological site to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in December 1999. Sammallahdenmäki was chosen to the list as the finest Western Bronze Age site in Finland and Scandinavia.

The Bronze Age cairn cemetery of Sammallahdenmäki in Lappi village (Rauma) was the first Finnish archaeological site to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in December 1999. Sammallahdenmäki was chosen to the list as the finest Western Bronze Age site in Finland and Scandinavia.

The Bronze Age cairn cemetery of Sammallahdenmäki in Lappi village (Rauma) was the first Finnish archaeological site to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in December 1999. Sammallahdenmäki was chosen to the list as the finest Western Bronze Age site in Finland and Scandinavia.

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