Kassari Chapel

Kassari chapel is a building with romantic appearance that is the only functioning thatched-roof stone church in Estonia. Reputedly it dates back to 18th century because on the inner wall of the chapel there is a year 1801 that is associated with big repair.
In the graveyard there are the graves of many famous people - the ancestors of the poets M. Under and D. Vaarandi; the actor Olev Eskola; familiar from V.Panso book "The Funny Person" Lepa Anna. Familiar from art, literature and folk tales the name of Villem Tamm, whom J. Köler used as a model for Christ when painting his work "Come to me" in Kaarli church.

Kassari chapel is a building with romantic appearance that is the only functioning thatched-roof stone church in Estonia. Reputedly it dates back to 18th century because on the inner wall of the chapel there is a year 1801 that is associated with big

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  • Idyllic chapel

    We had some extra time and decided to deviate from the main road to stop by at the Kassari Chapel. We learned quickly that the chapel is open only in summer time. Nevertheless the charming chapel and...

  • Hidden gem

    If you are looking for a quiet moment a visit to the Kassari chapel is definetely worth it. Hidden at the end of the small gravel road rests and old stone chapel with thatched roof. We were lucky to...

  • Delightful rural 18thC chapel

    If you wish peace, quiet, contemplation and a place for prayer it is well worth bumping along the unpaved road to this small chapel. The 1801 date on the western wall of the church refers to the...


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