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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  • Billythefish1 Billythefish1

    Right nice church

    Holy spirit church with very sparse walls internally and externally. Ornate wood carving inside with Baroque style pews and an impressive altar. On the outside wall near the entrance is the oldest...

  • mikeedeedee mikeedeedee

    Old Town Church with some unusual boxed pews

    This 14th century Lutheran church has some unusual wooden boxed pews and a winged altar. The elaborate azure clock on the outside wall is much photographed and appears in many guide books. If...

  • Simon O Simon O

    Probably the most interesting church in Tallinn

    This is a fascinating church, steeped in atmosphere and beauty. Some parts date back to the 14th century and the stained glass is wonderful.


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