Anna Church

Anna Church is the smallest 18th century church in Järva County. The late baroque church building was built in 1776–1780. A quadrangular spire joins the nave. The spire has been restored and is covered in pine-tree splinters again.
The roof of the nave was also restored in accordance with the original covering – a rabbeted board roof, which is quite unique in Central Estonia. The roof was blackened with wood tar.
The spire portal has a round arch and the windows of the nave are rectangular. The cove ceiling of boards has remained from the original church. The interior is neo-gothic and modest. The church also has the altar-piece Aita mind, Issand! by R.v. zur Mühlen. 

Anna Church is the smallest 18th century church in Järva County. The late baroque church building was built in 1776–1780. A quadrangular spire joins the nave. The spire has been restored and is covered in pine-tree splinters again.

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