This church is submerged in the splendor of Tallinn’s Old Town and is not easy to find. This atypical Gothic church also has a bell tower that breaks through the sky. The exterior is very simple, with beautiful window grilles and sculptures inside. It is worth seeing.
It is the only sacred building in Tallinn that has retained its prototype since the 14th century. Except for its baroque spire, this simple and unpretentious church of the Holy Spirit was completed in the 1360s and its original medieval appearance has been preserved today!
This Baroque church was built in the 13th century, near the Town Hall Square. Its gorgeous outdoor old clock is said to be photographers' favorite subject in Tallinn. Its ornamental value actually lies in the intricate interior wood carvings, including the Baroque church benches, and the oldest Renaissance platform in Tallinn. According to have ornamental and historical value!
The old town of Tallinn is not large. Walking up the slope from Xiacheng District, you arrive at the Holy Spirit Church without knowing it.
A church in the center of Tallinn’s Old Town. It is in a small road. The church is medium in size and small in size. However, the bell is often ringing and the bell sounds nice. It is worth a visit.