Niguliste Church-Museum in Tallinn after renovation

by Igor Teterin

The Church of St. Nicholas, or Niguliste, is one of the main medieval churches in Tallinn. The temple was founded in the middle of the XIII century. Dutch merchants and was named after the patron saint of all sailors - St. Nicholas. The building was badly damaged by the Soviet bombing in March 1944 and after the completion of the restoration, since 1984 it has been used as a museum and concert hall.


Publish date: 04/01 2023
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