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St. Nicholas Church in Estonia

St. Nicholas Church in Estonia


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A historic religious building located in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Built in the mid-13th century, it was one of the two parish churches in medieval Tallinn and one of the wealthiest and most magnificent churches in the city at that time. Sacrificed is Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of merchants and sailors. In the 15th century, the Church of Saint Nicholas underwent a thorough reconstruction, forming the Gothic style we see today. During World War II in 1944, most of the original structures and artworks were destroyed by bombing. The restoration work began in 1953 and reopened in 1984 as a museum and concert hall.