The little church that
could

Seegi Church

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Why locals love it

There are some monuments that stand the test of time, and the test of modernisation. This church is one of them. What happens inside is only known to Armenian Churchgoers in Estonia. By the way, did you know Armenia was the first country in the world which declared Christianity the official state religion in 301?

Why you should visit it

This 17th century building looks out of place today, but it has to be said that it was there before everybody else joined the party. The wooden tower of the "little church that could" serves as an interesting point of comparison alongside the modern constructions.

Special tip

For photographers: Capture the church in the same frame as the classy and concrete office buildings in the Tallinn City metro area.

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