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J H Erkon kotimuseo Erkkola, Tuusula, Finland | The home of J. H. Erkko (16 January 1849, Orimattila - 16 November 1906, Helsinki), Finnish poet, playwright, and cultural figure. | http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._H._Erkko

J H Erkon kotimuseo Erkkola, Tuusula, Finland | The home of J. H. Erkko (16 January 1849, Orimattila - 16 November 1906, Helsinki), Finnish poet, playwright, and cultural figure. | http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._H._Erkko

Church of Merikarvia The second largest wooden church in Finland, built in 1899, serves as a road church with guide services and is open for visitors. Although the church has been built of logs, it still stands upright as new, thanks to the construction method, where the logs of the walls were set vertically. There are 979 metres of pews, thus the church seats 2,500 people. The address of the church is Kauppatie 56.

Church of Merikarvia The second largest wooden church in Finland, built in 1899, serves as a road church with guide services and is open for visitors. Although the church has been built of logs, it still stands upright as new, thanks to the construction method, where the logs of the walls were set vertically. There are 979 metres of pews, thus the church seats 2,500 people. The address of the church is Kauppatie 56.

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