Rapla Church

Rapla, Estonia

The Lutheran church of Mary Magdalene was built in 1899-1901. The huge two-tower church is one of the biggest in Estonia. The limestone building can accommodate 3,000 people. It tThe New Roman style building was designed by Baltic German architect Rudolf von Engelhardt.

The altar wall (1737) is moved from the previous church. The altarpiece is painted by C. Walter in 1862.


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Kalda 1, Rapla, Estonia
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Founded: 1899-1901
Category: Religious sites in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)

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Lilli Reile (3 years ago)
Väga väga hea kontsert?Uku Suviste nn..tõusis minu silmis. Kirik on huvitav, õpetaja tasemel, alati huvitav ja õpetlik kuulda sõnumit. Olen olnud külaliseks ristsetel ja ka viimsele teele saatmisel. Kiidan õpetajat, alati meeldejääv ja omanäoline kõne.
Aave Augjärv (3 years ago)
Väga kaunis kirik, vitraazaknad, suurejooneline.
Julia Natalinova (4 years ago)
Beautiful church with organ concerts.
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