St. Nicholas Church in Kose

This Medieval fortified church was possibly built soon after the city of Tallinn was established around the 1230's.

The pulpit (Tobias Heintze), its Baroque iconostasis (1774), a painting titled “The Entombment of Jesus” (Otto Zoege von Manteuffel), as well as wheel crosses in the church wall and the churchyard are well worth a look.

You can also explore the historical vicarage and the funeral chapel of the Kotzebue noble family.

Features and amenities


Jõe tänav 17, Kose alevik, Kose vald, Harju maakond

Getting there


  • Signposted
  • By car
  • By excursion bus


59°11'18''N 25°9'57''E | Download GPX file