Viru-Nigula Church

Viru-Nigula, Estonia

The construction of Lutheran Church of Viru-Nigula was started originally in the late 13th century and continued until 15th century. The Baroque-style pillars were added in the 17th century. The church was badly damaged by fire in 1941 and the restoration was started right after World War II.

Reference: Tapio Mäkeläinen 2005. Viro - kartanoiden, kirkkojen ja kukkaketojen maa. Tammi, Helsinki, Finland.


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Founded: 13th century
Category: Religious sites in Estonia
Historical period: Danish and Livonian Order (Estonia)


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Tarvo Tonka (3 months ago)
Ei su enam sellel aadressil. On Kunda linnas.
Üllar Männik (11 months ago)
Eestlastele vōōra usu kants
Jyrki Peltonen (2 years ago)
Vanha ehjänä pysynyt kirkko.Ei ole auki kuin silloin tällöin sunnuntaikirkon aikaan.
Ahti Bachblum (2 years ago)
Vanim kindluskirik Virumaal. Soovitan. Jumalateenistused kuu 2. ja 4. pühapäeval+suurpühad kell 14.
Маргарита Атанова (2 years ago)
Спокойное тихое место, рядом парковка
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