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This church is high up on the hill, and if you pay for the tower you get a good view of Tallinn beneath you. It's a steep incline staircase made for one person line however there are inlets in th stairway that allows for accessibility...More
We went there to see the extraordinary woodworks that can be found throughout the magnificent building.
Shortly after we entered the building a group of tourists from Russia came into the church. Their guide was so noisy that I asked her to please lower her...More
St Mary's is also called the Dome Church. It was established by the Danes in the 13th century and is the oldest church in mainland Estonia. It was also the only building in Toompea (Cathedral Hill) to survive a 17th century fire.
INSIDE is where...More
This is the oldest church in the area and now it really is a museum. What is a Lutheran Church, it has some very interesting pieces including a gravestone as you leave. Certainly worth visiting - Small admission charge.