Kaarli Church

Local nameKaarli kirik
LocationTallinn, Estonia

Charles Church is a Lutheran church in Tallinn, Estonia, built 1862-1870 to plans by Otto Pius Hippius. It is Tallinn's grandest 19th-century church.Tõnismägi hill has been the location of a chapel probably since the 14th century. In 1670, during the time of Swedish rule, the Swedish King Charles XI commissioned the construction of a church on the site, for the use of the Estonian and Finnish population of Tallinn. The church was named after the king.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles'_Church,_Tallinn

Coordinates 59°25'55.072" N 24°44'20.938" E

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