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Estonia’s many islands offer an enormous amount of charm and ancient history, with the most popular Estonian islands being Saaremaa, Hiiumaa, Kihnu, Ruhnu and Vormsi.
Nõva and Noarootsi appeal to travellers with their untouched nature and Scandinavian feel. Coastal Swedes inhabited these western Estonian areas for hundreds of years, leaving behind a wealth of…
Visitors from all over the world drop around to admire the beauty of Tallinn, the best preserved medieval city in Northern Europe boasting Gothic spires, winding cobblestone streets and enchanting…
Deep blue lakes hidden between rolling hills and valleys is what makes South Estonia a popular nature getaway destination.
Estonia’s largest and third largest island are almost addictive: it is best to spend one’s summer holiday away from the mainland, in a completely different scenery, while staying at a tourism farm…
Kihnu, the seventh largest island in Estonia, is an ancient island of seafarers and fishermen. The cultural heritage of Kihnu – the clothing, language music and handcrafts are part of the UNESCO…
Explore these hidden gems and unique shopping opportunities in Estonia.
The best places – towers, viewing platforms, restaurants – that have great views of Tallinn
Tallinn's top attractions entice visitors with a taste for traditional culture, contemporary art or even sweets! This guide shows you where.
The top festivals and concerts for music lovers, also sports events this summer in Estonia.
Estonia has a savvy arts community active both locally and internationally. Here's what you should see right now.
If traditional skiing or ice skating isn't enough to get your heart pounding this winter, check out these heart-pounding adventures!
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
Narva maantee 105, Tartu 51008
| (+372) 733 3260
An orthodox congregation was established in Tartu in 1845 and Priest Joosep Shestakovski (1856-1888) initiated the building of an orthodox church. Tartu Saint George the Martyr Church was built using…
KÕPU KIRIK, Kõpu küla, Pärnu 88109
| (+372) 445 7402
The imposing Pootsi-Kõpu Holy Trinity Apostolic Orthodox Church is made of natural stone and decorated with large domes. It was built in 1873. The church has a baroque atmosphere and it is rather…
Noorma küla, Elva vald, Tartu maakond 61110
The Apostolic Orthodox Church was built from 1899 to 1901 and consecrated on 5 May 1905 to celebrate Jesus going to Jerusalem. The activities of the Orthodox congregation were terminated in 1961 and…
Järva-Madise küla, Järva vald, Järva maakond 73409
| (+372) 559 66140
The smallest church in Järva-Madise neighbourhood was completed in 14th century. The wall paintings, altar and pulpit of Järva-Madise church are coming from middle ages, the tradition to burry inside…
Pihla küla, Hiiumaa vald, Hiiu maakond 92264
| (+372) 566 25262
Reigi did not become an independent parish until 1627. Baron O. R. L. von Ungern-Sternberg had its stone church - which is dedicated to Jesus - built in memory of his son Gustav, who had taken his…
Magasini tänav 1, Tartu linn, Tartu 51005
| (+372) 534 39916
Construction of the Tartu Uspenski Cathedral started by the order of Peter I after the Northern War and it was consecrated in 1783. The church was established on the foundation of the Dominican…
Rüütli tn 2, Haapsalu 90502
| (+372) 473 7211
The Estonian Orthodox Maria Magdaleena Church is located in an idyllic area of Haapsalu – on the Promenade. Russian Tsar Alexander II attended the opening of the church in 1852.
The church was…