The Temppeliaukio Church, Helsinki, Finland

Tomorrow Thursday, Palmeiras play against Bahia. The game is crucial and could influence the following sequence of games much like a domino effect. Another defeat and the club will dive head first into the darkest of pits, where even mestre Felipão will struggle to find the light. A convincing victory would restore order and mentally prepare the squad for the three prestigious and decisive clashes ahead: SPFC, Vasco da Gama and Corinthians.

Supporters heading for the stadium on Thursday should focus on one thing only, and this regardless of personal thoughts concerning the actual squad, the coach, the management: give a full-hearted and enthusiastic support for the full 90 minutes against Bahia.

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The Temppeliaukio Church is a Lutheran church in the Töölö neighbourhood of Helsinki, Finland. The church was designed by architects and brothers Timo and Toumo Soumalainen and opened in 1969. The interior was excavated and built into the rock but is bathed in natural light entering through the glazed dome. The church – frequently used as a concert venue due to its excellent acoustics – is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the capital; half a million people visit it annually.

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