If you are looking for a quiet moment a visit to the Kassari chapel is definetely worth it. Hidden at the end of the small gravel road rests and old stone chapel with thatched roof. We were lucky to peek inside to see the modest but lovely wooden interior. A special feature is a working candle chandelier and plentiful candle holders everywhere as the chapel has no electricity. Have to come back for a night service sometimes. The small graveyard is also the resting place for many well known Estonians as well as a Baltic German family Stackelberg who used to own the estate.
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