Tahkuranna Church

Tahkuranna , Estonia

The Lutheran Church was built to the Võiste village in the end of 17th century. It was mainly reconstructed to the neo-Gothic appearance between 1890-1891. In 1941 church was badly damaged and today it is only partially restored. Worships are held in the near sacristy.

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Founded: 1890-1891
Category: Ruins in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)

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