A late medieval church with an unusually high and slender spire that was built in the 17th century. Grave marker of Bishop Arnoldus H. Annabat. Eye-catching Baroque fretwork masterpieces – the pulpit and altar wall.
Very kind staff and the church is in authentic and perfect condition. For just one euro visitor can climb to tower and have a nice view to castle and Rakvere neighbourhood
It is worth a quick stop, to climb the steeple, into the bell tower. 1 or 2 euros, gets you a climb to the top, and nice views of the town. Nice locals running the church.
If in Rakvere do go by the church. And DO pay the one euro admittance fee to climb the church tower. The climb I nice not to hard or steep. You will be rewarded with a a nice view of the Rakvere...