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St. Anna’s Church of Kokar
- St. Anna’s Church of Kokar
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- Early Modern (1500AD-1800AD)
- Northern Europe
- 1700AD - 1799AD
about St. Anna’s Church of Kokar
St. Anna’s Church of Kokar is a pretty, whitewashed stone church in Aland built in 1784 and renowned for its 14th century Finnish Franciscan convent. The ruins of the convent are still visible today and visitors can see where the monks who lived there once worked. St. Anna’s Church of Kokar is also home to a baptismal font designed to a 13th century style.
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Address: Hamno, Finland
Phone: Contact local tourist office
Located on the island of Hamno, approx 4.5km north of Kokar.
Open 15 June-15 Aug Tuesdays-Fridays 11am-4pm.
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