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Erik Bryggman - Capilla de la Resurrección, Turku,... - (obres)

Erik Bryggman - Capilla de la Resurrección, Turku,... - (obres)

Erik Bryggman, Ylösnousemuskappeli 1941

Erik Bryggman, Ylösnousemuskappeli 1941

Erik Bryggman: Ylösnousemuskappeli, Turku The Chapel of Resurrection, Turku

Erik Bryggman: Ylösnousemuskappeli, Turku The Chapel of Resurrection, Turku

Erik Bryggman: Ylösnousemuskappeli, Turku  The Chapel of Resurrection, Turku #architecture

Erik Bryggman: Ylösnousemuskappeli, Turku The Chapel of Resurrection, Turku #architecture

Ressurection Chapel, Erik Bryggman, Hautausmaantie - 19 by big lorry, via Flickr

Ressurection Chapel, Erik Bryggman, Hautausmaantie - 19 by big lorry, via Flickr

Funeral chapel, designed by the architect Erik Bryggman, was built in the cemetery. Building work, begun in the spring of 1939, was interrupted by the Winter War. The fate of soldiers killed in action and the pain of their bereaved families influenced Bryggman and details of the chapel. He wanted the building to provide comfort for those broken by death and grief. The Chapel of the Resurrection was completed in the spring of 1941, on the eve of the Continuation War.

Funeral chapel, designed by the architect Erik Bryggman, was built in the cemetery. Building work, begun in the spring of 1939, was interrupted by the Winter War. The fate of soldiers killed in action and the pain of their bereaved families influenced Bryggman and details of the chapel. He wanted the building to provide comfort for those broken by death and grief. The Chapel of the Resurrection was completed in the spring of 1941, on the eve of the Continuation War.

Funeral chapel, designed by the architect Erik Bryggman, was built in the cemetery. Building work, begun in the spring of 1939, was interrupted by the Winter War. The fate of soldiers killed in action and the pain of their bereaved families influenced Bryggman and details of the chapel. He wanted the building to provide comfort for those broken by death and grief. The Chapel of the Resurrection was completed in the spring of 1941, on the eve of the Continuation War.

Funeral chapel, designed by the architect Erik Bryggman, was built in the cemetery. Building work, begun in the spring of 1939, was interrupted by the Winter War. The fate of soldiers killed in action and the pain of their bereaved families influenced Bryggman and details of the chapel. He wanted the building to provide comfort for those broken by death and grief. The Chapel of the Resurrection was completed in the spring of 1941, on the eve of the Continuation War.

Erik Bryggman, front door for Chapel of the Resurrection, Turku

Erik Bryggman, front door for Chapel of the Resurrection, Turku

Funeral chapel, designed by the architect Erik Bryggman, was built in the cemetery. Building work, begun in the spring of 1939, was interrupted by the Winter War. The fate of soldiers killed in action and the pain of their bereaved families influenced Bryggman and details of the chapel. He wanted the building to provide comfort for those broken by death and grief. The Chapel of the Resurrection was completed in the spring of 1941, on the eve of the Continuation War.

Funeral chapel, designed by the architect Erik Bryggman, was built in the cemetery. Building work, begun in the spring of 1939, was interrupted by the Winter War. The fate of soldiers killed in action and the pain of their bereaved families influenced Bryggman and details of the chapel. He wanted the building to provide comfort for those broken by death and grief. The Chapel of the Resurrection was completed in the spring of 1941, on the eve of the Continuation War.

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