The village of Käsmu is home to a wooden chapel, erected using money donated by the villagers in 1863. The surrounding cemetery is the final resting place of more than 30 sea captains who brought prominence to the village. The cemetery has one of Estonia’s most beautiful monuments, erected by a Captain Tiedemann in memory of his most beloved daughter Signe, who died at a young age. Made in Finland from cast metal, the monument was completed in 1937.
This lovely chapel dating many hundreds of years back has been renovated. Its 18th century organ is an absolute treasure.
A very small chapel with one of the oldest organs in Estonia and an interesting and beautiful family memorial in the cemetery.
This little chapel is worth a visit if you are in Kasmu as it's very pretty. I couldn't get inside the church but the graveyard is interesting with it's iron crosses.