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Originally built in 1250 and considered the tallest building in Europe during the Middle Ages, this city landmark is now used by both Baptist and Methodist congregations.
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Quite an interesting old church, but unless you're a fan of Old Estonian Churches, there's really not a lot to see or to say.
There's a memorial plaque to the men of the Royal Navy who died in the war against the Bolsheviks in the...More
We enjoyed Tallinn. It is medieval, well maintained and well geared to the tourist. Lots of winding cobblestone streets, a couple of good churches perched on the highest points, and the usual delightful local wine bars, lunch stops around the square. A good day trip
According to the Oleviste kogudus, "Because of the repairs the church and it's observation deck are closed. Until the end of the year."
As a landmark, it can be seen everywhere in the Old Town and serves as a milestone.
Not sure what the other recent reviewers are commenting on - I stayed at the Three Sisters Hotel immediately next door to the church last week and they told me the church is closed for renovation. If you walk by the church you will see...More
Quite an interesting church; the main focus though appears to be the panoramic views of Old Town Tallinn you can see from the top; entry to the top was $3€ and you'd better have good walking shoes, etc., as there are lots of steps to...More
Tower of St Olaf is under reconstruction now and it looks like it will be closed for a while. Main entrance to the church is also closed but you can use side entrance. Church visit is free and there are some free concerts (check schedule...More