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At the end of the street where our hotel was, we found St Olav's Church. We knew we could look around the church and for 3 Euros each, could climb the tower for spectacular views over the city. 250, I repeat 250 steps to climb....More
The 124-meters high gothic steeple of St. Olaf’s Church was completed in the early 16th century and made the church one of the tallest buildings in the world.
Throughout the church's history lightning has hit the spire repeatedly, completely burning down the structure three times....More
The interior of the church must be the plainest of any church I’ve ever visited. The interior walls are white, with virtually no decoration. The atmosphere inside was surprisingly calm.
I didn’t attempt the tower climb, but its entrance fee of €3.00 was a reasonable...More
250 or so steps to the viewing platform on the tower of Oleviste church are well worth the effort. They are a bit uneven and it's fairly tight, but people can still pass each other on the way up or down. The views are second...More
The church itself is nice too but what really blew my mind was the church tower. You can climb through a tight spiral staircase up to 60 metres from which there is awesome view to the city. Toompea hill, from which there are also great...More
One of the first places we saw as we entered the old town was this church with the very high spire, found out later it was once the tallest building in Europe.
Not open early in the morning so put it on the list for...More