The Baroque church was built in the 13th century, near the City Hall Square. Its gorgeous outdoor clock is said to be the photographer's favorite target in Tallinn. Its ornamental value lies in the intricate interior wood carvings, including the Baroque church benches and the oldest Renaissance-style terraces in Tallinn. It has ornamental and historical value.
In the old town of Tallinn, one of my favorite churches. The interior and exterior of the church are decorated with wooden structures, which have a very primitive feeling. There was a soothing piano music playing. The priest's recitation sounded like rain drops on the water. It was harmonious and comfortable. There's another church that you don't want to leave when you come.
One of the most famous churches in Tallinn, the buildings are beautiful.
It is the only sacred building in Tallinn that has retained its prototype since the 14th century. Apart from its Baroque spire, this simple Church of the Holy Spirit was completed in the 1860s and retains its original medieval appearance to this day. The Holy Spirit Church played an important role in Estonia's cultural history. The first Bible missionary in Estonia was preached here. In addition, Balthasar Russow, the chronicler of Livonia, worked here as a teacher in the late 16th century.
The clock on the outside wall is beautiful and the ticket is not worth it.