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St. Michael's Swedish Lutheran Church

  Rüütli 9 ,   Old Town          (+372) 644 19 38     more than a year ago

Originally built as a hospital in the 16th century, St. Michael's also housed a spinning factory where 'fallen women' worked. Then it was transformed into a church for local Swedes. After serving as a weightlifting room under the Soviets, the church was returned in 1993 to the Swedish congregation, whose efforts to fund-raise for renovation of the church have paid off. Book in advance for museum tour.

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rootsi-mihkli@eelk.ee

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Services in Swedish every Sunday 12:00 and in Finnish every Sunday 10:00. In German every 2nd and 4th Sunday 15:00.

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