List of Archbishops of Finland

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# [[Nicholas (Nailimov) of Vladimir and Suzdal|Nicholas (Nalimov)]] (1899 - 1905), Russian, later Archbishop of Vladimir and Suzdal ( 19xx-1914)
 
# [[Nicholas (Nailimov) of Vladimir and Suzdal|Nicholas (Nalimov)]] (1899 - 1905), Russian, later Archbishop of Vladimir and Suzdal ( 19xx-1914)
 
# [[Sergius I (Stragorodsky) of Moscow|Sergius (Stragorodsky)]] (1905 - 1917), Russian, later Deputy Patriarchal [[locum tenens]] (1923 - 1943) then Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia (1943 - 1945)  
 
# [[Sergius I (Stragorodsky) of Moscow|Sergius (Stragorodsky)]] (1905 - 1917), Russian, later Deputy Patriarchal [[locum tenens]] (1923 - 1943) then Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia (1943 - 1945)  
# Serafim (Lukjanov)(1921 - 1923), Russian, later Metropolitan and Eparch of the [[Church of Russia]] (1879-1959)
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# [[Seraphim (Lukjanov) of Finland|Serafim (Lukjanov)]] (1921 - 1923), Russian, later Metropolitan and Eparch of the [[Church of Russia]] (1879-1959)
 
# Herman (Aav) (1925 - 1960), Estonian
 
# Herman (Aav) (1925 - 1960), Estonian
 
# [[Paul (Olmari) of Finland|Paavali [Paul] (Olmari)]] (1960 - 1987), Finnish
 
# [[Paul (Olmari) of Finland|Paavali [Paul] (Olmari)]] (1960 - 1987), Finnish

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The following is a list of Archbishops of Finland:

  1. Anthony (Vadkovsky) (1892 - 1898), Russian, later Metropolitan of St. Petersburg and Ladoga (1898 - 1912)
  2. Nicholas (Nalimov) (1899 - 1905), Russian, later Archbishop of Vladimir and Suzdal ( 19xx-1914)
  3. Sergius (Stragorodsky) (1905 - 1917), Russian, later Deputy Patriarchal locum tenens (1923 - 1943) then Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia (1943 - 1945)
  4. Serafim (Lukjanov) (1921 - 1923), Russian, later Metropolitan and Eparch of the Church of Russia (1879-1959)
  5. Herman (Aav) (1925 - 1960), Estonian
  6. Paavali [Paul] (Olmari) (1960 - 1987), Finnish
  7. Johannes [John] (Rinne) (1987 - 2001), Finnish, later titular Metropolitan of Nicea
  8. Leo (Makkonen) (2001 - ), Finnish

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