Kuremaa tee-63, Laiuse alevik, Jõgeva vald, Jõgeva maakond
Laiuse Church was first mentioned in 1319. It was destroyed during the Livonian War, the Polish–Swedish War, and the Great Northern War, but it was re-built. The church, which originally was a hall-church with three naves and no tower, is built from local limestone and its corners are made from large limestone dry-stones. The tower, which was destroyed in World War II, was restored in 1970. The building was restored in 2000–2001.
The church organises a lot of concerts and services are held every Sunday at 1 p.m.
Is open advance bookings only