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: Miscellaneous historic sites in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)


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Marcis Stucis (2 years ago)
Janek Koltsov (3 years ago)
A little old and tired. My grandmother, my grandfather, has been baptized and camped in this church and is a member until my death. According to the Russian religion, the members of the congregation were named before Russia. So my grandmother and grandfather were named Valentina and Valeeri. Although they were Estonians. His grandfather fought on the German side in 1940 against the Russian forces, was lightly wounded and did not go to war again. They gave birth to 5 children, 4 boys and a girl. In 1991, his grandfather left after seeing the coming of Estonia and the blue-black-white dream he had dreamed of.
Rita He.1962 (3 years ago)
A true state of peace.
toivo tubli (4 years ago)
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