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Dating from the fourteenth century, this beautiful church boasts a splendid interior with a suspended pulpit, carved wooden pews and altar and the not-to-be-missed, azure-faced wall clock (circa 1684) on the outer wall.
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The uniqueness of this church is the trip tic on the altar and the paintings which decorate the second floor balcony. I noticed that there are concerts held in the church (they have a nice organ) so it can be a very nice combination.
It costs a mere 1,50 Euro to go in and look around this church. Charging to visit a church is not unusual in this old town. But, this church is worth more than this very low price. There are wonderful biblical paintings on the balcony....More
We arrived here when there was a service going on, so we were unable to enter. When we passed by later it was closed. This was a shame as I had wanted to see the Bernt Notke altarpiece and the decorated wooden galleries.
In common with many countries in continental Europe, most museums in Tallinn are closed on Mondays, and for many churches they are closed on Tuesdays too. This unusual historic church welcomes visitors throughout the week, for an entrance fee (apart from church services, which are...More
The small Church of the Holy Spirit, that is located in the old town district of Tallinn, Estonia has a simple but really beautiful medieval architecture and according Wikipedia started to be built sometime during the first half of the 13th century. You will need...More