the Stone Age ruins of Kastelli, “The Giant’s Church”
“Today we went on a field trip to the Kastelli “Giant’s Church.” A “Giant’s Church” is a kind of prehistoric stone wall, unique to this part of Finland. This one is in the shape of a rectangle, with one small gap in each of the four sides. It is the size of a soccer field.
The Stone Age ruins of Kastelli in Pattijoki, Kastelli is the most representative example of a giant’s church, which are the largest Neolithic structures found in the Nordic countries.”
Stone Age Giant’s Church
of Kastelli, Pattijoki, Raahe