Rakvere Church of the Trinity

A late medieval church with an unusually high and slender spire that was built in the 17th century. Grave marker of Bishop Arnoldus H. Annabat. Eye-catching Baroque fretwork masterpieces – the pulpit and altar wall.

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  • Small but pretty

    Very kind staff and the church is in authentic and perfect condition. For just one euro visitor can climb to tower and have a nice view to castle and Rakvere neighbourhood

  • Great veiws

    It is worth a quick stop, to climb the steeple, into the bell tower. 1 or 2 euros, gets you a climb to the top, and nice views of the town. Nice locals running the church.

  • Great views of Rakvere

    If in Rakvere do go by the church. And DO pay the one euro admittance fee to climb the church tower. The climb I nice not to hard or steep. You will be rewarded with a a nice view of the Rakvere...

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