Järva-Madise St. Mathew Church

The smallest church in Järva-Madise neighbourhood was completed in 14th century. The wall paintings, altar and pulpit of Järva-Madise church are coming from middle ages, the tradition to burry inside the church is reminded by grave plate hewed in the floor. You can visit Järva-Madise church in summer months from Friday to Sunday and by ordering a guide from parsonage you will get to know more about the church.
Interesting to know: Church was built by Swedes. High tower of the church was added to the building in 1858. The church, the tavern and the municipal hall formed the "golden" rectangular of Järva-Madise. - The church and what happened in it are described in the book "Truth and Justice" by A.H. Tammsaare.

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