St. Nicholas Church is one of the most famous churches in Tallinn. Three of Estonia's four medieval works of art are collected and exhibited in the church. The impressive 13th century church is also used as a concert hall and Museum reflecting church art. Climbing to the top of the church, you can see the whole picture of the ancient city. It's very spectacular and beautiful.
St. Nicholas Church, also known as the St. Nicholas Museum. It's easy to see the church in the old city of Tallinn. White base, black multi-level tower top. According to reports, the church was built by German businessmen and was the military fortress of Tallinn in its early years. It was destroyed in World War II. After renovation in 1980, religious works of art were collected and equipped with advanced audio equipment. There are often concerts on weekends.
Saint Nicholas Church in Tallinn is a medieval church in Tallinn, Estonia. It was built in the 13th century and destroyed several centuries. What we see now is a museum and Concert Hall rebuilt in 1984. It mainly displays the medieval works of art collected by the Estonian Art Museum. Because of its excellent sound effect, it is also a very popular music in Tallinn. Hall, there are often large concerts held here. The most famous work of art on display in St. Nicholas Church is Danse Macabre, created by Bernt Notke, a famous painter and sculptor in Lubec, Germany. It mainly describes the short life, the magnificence of death and the fragility of life. This precious primitive oil painting, which is 30 meters wide, can only be seen in St. Nicholas Church in Tallinn, so it is fortunate to have friends here to visit. You must not miss St. Nicholas Church. The patron saint of the church is Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of fishermen and sailors, Harjum & _8; GI at the foot of Toompea Mountain.
Saint Nicholas Church in Tallinn is close to Freedom Square and Upper Town. The tourist consultation center is not far from here. Now it is one of the four branches of the Estonian Museum of Art. We want to see German Lubeck painter Burnt and Nottek's skeleton dance on display in the church, but we did not open the door last Monday, including the tower.
(Estonian :Niguliste kirik) is a medieval church in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The main saint is Saint Nicholas. He is the main saint of fishermen and sailors. Founded in the 13th century, part of World War II was destroyed by the Soviet Union. After restoration, it will be used as an art gallery and concert hall.