The Lappee Church is a double cruciform church, in the heart of the city. The church dates back to 1794. The belfry is located southwest of the church, in a park, and it is the only specimen of authentic neo-gothic architecture that remains in Lappeenranta. The belfry was designed by Director and Keeper E. B. Lohrmann, in 1852. It was completed in 1856. The church is open to the public in the summer.