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#4 of 109 Sights & Landmarks in Tallinn
It provides excellent views over the red roofs and towering spires of the Old Town as well as of the gleaming highrise buildings in the new part of the city.
The sightseeing spot on top of the Cathedral Hill (Toompea) offers beautiful view on lower parts of city's old town with all of its Gothic spires and city wall's towers.
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#16 of 109 Sights & Landmarks in Tallinn
Oleviste is most famous, gorgeous and wonderful Church of Tallinn...Not so rich decorating, but this modest interior makes my heart and soul so happy!
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.
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#25 of 109 Sights & Landmarks in Tallinn
The current Lutheran Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin in Tallinn has its origins from 1240, though the tall Gothic building we see today dates primarily from the early 14th century, with the tower and baroque sp...
The exterior is plain but beautiful, but the interior is just mind blowing, full of incredible monuments, stunning pews and a pulpit, really a joy.
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#27 of 109 Sights & Landmarks in Tallinn
As we entered inside, we spotted many objects of artistic value, like 16th century icons.
A small church tucked away down a small street in the Old Town, with an OTT interior.
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#40 of 109 Sights & Landmarks in Tallinn
The warm reception of the Bishop & Priest-in-charge; 2. The faith & vibrancy of the choir, the actively participating congregation & missionaries; 3. The simple yet beautiful yurt-like interior of the church build...
Wonderful church and atmosphere
#43 of 109 Sights & Landmarks in Tallinn
St. Mary's Cathedral is an Estonian Lutheran church created in the 13th century.
I was glad I struggled up the tower as there was a guy there who explained what could be seen from the excellent vantage point.
#47 of 109 Sights & Landmarks in Tallinn
Didn't have a chance to walk inside & there was some construction on the outside, but it didn't detract from the beauty & character.
When we were there much of the church was undergoing restoration but even the scaffolding couldn't hide the church's inner beauty.
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We came by this small Orthodox church on our way to the port.
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this synagogue is very much different from any others i've visited in different cities. the modern architecture is stricking, and stil the calm atmosphere of a prayer place is kept
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The exterior of the church is very elegant, with some decor and stained glass windows.
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