Church Of The Holy Spirit, Tallinn
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Address: Pühavaimu 2, 10123 Tallinn, Estonia
Ticket Price: 2 EUR
Time Required: 00:20 Mins
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Church Of The Holy Spirit, Tallinn
Dating back to the 13th century, the Church of the Holy Spirit’s deceptively simple exterior tricks you till you see its elaborate interiors. The beautiful alter with statues that juxtapose against the golden embellishments, gorgeous stained-glass windows and the historic Clock of the Church of the Holy Ghost in Tallinn made by Christian Ackermann, are only a few of its many highlights.
The wood work truly takes center stage here with Baroque and Renaissance accents that complete the ethereal church.
Church Of The Holy Spirit Ticket Prices
- Adult: Euros 1.5
- Child: Euros 0.5
How To reach Church Of The Holy Spirit by Public Transport
- By Bus: Balti jaam 1
- By Light Rail/ Tram: Balti jaam
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike.
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Church Of The Holy Spirit, Tallinn Reviews
Tiny, solid, medieval gothic church with excellent narrative picture-bible-paintings-walls to explain & remind Scripture to illiterals. Contemporary narrative stained glass windows with Scripture quotations.
Where : Church of the Holy Ghost or Church of the Holy Spirit – Tallinn - Estonia Title: Beautiful piece of art & architecture The small Church of the Holy Spirit, that is located in the old town district of Tallinn, Estonia has a simple but really beautiful medieval architecture and according Wikipedia started to be built sometime during the first half of the 13th century. You will need to pay a small fee to visit inside, we believe we paid around 1euro, but its worth to check the remarkable main altar, a work by Bernt Notke dated from 1483 and other pieces of detailed art in wood that makes the church really special. Grade: Eli = 5, Serge = 4 Recommend: Yes we totally recommend.
The exterior clock is probably the most photographed tourist attraction of Tallinn. The medieval Lutheran church interior isn't too spectacular at all, but still worth a look. Abundant use of wood makes it a welcoming place. 1€.
Historical and pictoral church, must see.
Very nice clock on the wall!