Church of Holy Spirit in Tallinn

The Church of the Holy Spirit that was built in the 14th century is one of the oldest and finest structures in Tallinn. Before entering the church, take a look at the façade, where there is clock that has been measuring time since the 17th century. The treasures inside include a unique altar created by Berndt Notke in the 15th century and the pulpit built in 1597. Closed to tourist during services.

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  • Bisbee2015 Bisbee2015

    Live music in a lovely church

    Situated in the Old Town, we read (on Tallin city website) about live music at 6pm on Mondays. We enjoyed listening to the organ & a lovely soprano for a concert that lasted about 45 minutes. Only...

  • JEAN1999 JEAN1999

    Check out the clock

    If you don't have the time to go inside, at least check out the old, old clock. Notice the small panel to adjust the clock. In olden days the clock mechanisms were not as reliable and the hands...

  • catsforkids catsforkids

    An amazing part of history

    The cost to enter the church is 1.50 euro and worth every cent. The church is first mentioned in documentation in 1319. The main altar, by Bernt Notke, is beautiful. It dates back to 1483 and...


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