The spire of this church can be seen in almost every corner of Tallinn. The white bell tower is very beautiful.
The Cathedral of Our Lady of Tallinn is a famous domed church. Located on the top of Toompea, the church with gray and white as the main color has a simple appearance. Because the church is in the Upper Town, it was once the church of the upper class in Estonia. After many renovations and reconstructions, the church has its current mixed architectural style.
The traffic to the main seat of Our Lady of Tallinn is one of the must-see attractions in Tallinn. This is almost one of the epitome of Estonia's history. The church was built in the 13th century. The exterior spans the Baroque and Slavic styles, and the inside is magnificent and worth seeing.
It is a medieval church in Tallinn, Estonia. The patron saint is Saint Nicholas, he is the patron saint of fishermen and sailors. It was built in the 13th century and was partially destroyed by the Soviet Union during World War II. After restoration, it will be used as an art gallery and concert hall. The church is located at the foot of Toompea Mountain
Festival in Tallinn, Estonia! Tallinn, Eastern Europe-It is cold and snowless. People on the streets are rushing for the festival celebrations, buying goods, selling goods, and having fun, with a lively appearance!
The Cathedral of Our Lady of Tallinn is the main Lutheran church in Estonia. It is located in the middle of Toompea Hill. The main body of the church was built in the 14th century. After years of continuous renovation and rebuilding, it has become the current hybrid style. Historically, it was the church of the upper class of German nobility in Estonia, and the interior of the church was very delicate.
The Cathedral of Notre Dame Tallinn is a church on the tower of the capital of Estonia, which was built by the Germans in the 13 century. It is the oldest church in Tallinn and Estonia, and it is the only surviving building on the tower of the back of the 17 century fire. The Cathedral of Notre Dame Tallinn was originally a Roman Catholic cathedral, and it was converted to the Lutheran Church in 1561 and is now part of the Lutheran Church in Estonia.