St. Nicholas Church (Niguliste kirik) is a former medieval church in Tallinn, Estonia. It is dedicated to Saint Nicholas dedicated to fishermen and sailors. It was originally built in the 13th century and was partially destroyed when the Soviet Union bombed Tallinn in World War II. It has since been restored and now houses the Niguliste Museum, a branch of the Estonian Art Museum, dedicated to church art since the Middle Ages. The former church was also used as a concert hall.
The Church of St. Nicholas is located in the southwest of La Coya Square. It is now often used for concerts and is also an important religious art museum. Address: St. Nicholas’ Church Niguliste 3, 10146 Tallinn Estonia. Opening hours: 8:00-19:00
It was an Orthodox church built during the rule of Tsarist Russia. Now there are still one-third of Russians in Assania, so the church is full of believers, and the requirements for tourists are also strict. You must take off your hat and sunglasses if you are not allowed to take pictures.
It is hard to miss this landmark. It is located in the heart of the old town.
The church was built as a fortification, with a double-layer defensive design incorporated into the building.
In the very center of the old city is the most classic Gothic church in Tallinn. After reading this, you can basically ignore other churches^_^