John the Baptist church, Lüganuse

The John the Baptist church in Lüganuse is situated on the tip of the triangle of land forming the point where two streams meet as one in the Purtse River. The church has an eye-catching round clock tower, a true rarity in this day and age – the only other one in Estonia being on the Harju-Risti church.
Did you know…? *Between 1788 and 1795 the vicar of the local congregation was renowned literary figure Otto Wilheim Masing, who came up with the letter Õ, which is only used in the Estonian language.

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