Viljandi maantee 6a, Käru alevik, Türi vald, Järva maakond
This simple but beautiful wooden church, with its Classicist interior, was constructed in 1860.
The altar and pulpit are in pseudo-Gothic style. Did you know…? *Käru church is one of the few remaining wooden churches in Estonia today *Its bell tower dates from 1771 *During the most recent renovations the ball and cross on the tower were gilded *Fascinating historical material has been found within the ball on the church tower *The church regularly hosts concerts
Observed from distance
We recommend that you take the train to Käru. The church is 500 metres from the railway station towards the centre of the town.