Church Architecture Tour
1. St. Olav’s Church Steeple → 2. Niguliste Museum → 3. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral → 4. The Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin in Tallinn (also known as Dome church) → 5. Kaarli Church → 6. Estonian Methodist Church → 7. Nõva Church → 8. Rooslepa Chapel and Cemetery → 9. Haapsalu Bishop’s Castle → 10. Pühalepa Church → 11. Reigi church → 12. Emmaste Church → 13. Karja Catherine Church → 14. Kuressaare Episcopal Castle → 15. Saint Martin's Church in Valjala → 16. St. Mary's Church in Pöide → 17. Muhu St Catherine’s Church → 18. Eliisabet's Church → 19. Türi Püha Martini kirik (St. Martin’s Church in Türi) → 20. Rapla Maarja-Magdaleena Church → 21. St. Birgitta’s Convent Ruins
Wooden churches, stone churches, two-towered churches, old and new churches - this tour gives you the possibility to see them all. It also takes you to beautiful Estonian islands, the best spa resort towns and beaches in Estonia so besides churches there is plenty more to see and enjoy.
Sites along route
The biggest attention in the church interior deserves tombstones from 13th-18th century and 107 noble coats of arms- epitaphs from 17th- 20th century. More known people buried in the church are well…
The three-naved medieval church of Türi was built in the 13th century. The interior of the church is embellished with a pulpit dating back to 1630 and an altar by Christian Ackermann, constructed in…