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Orthodox Cathedral of St Simeon and the Prophetess Hanna in Tallinn

Category Architectural sightseeings, Churches
Ahtri 5, Kesklinn, Tallinn, Harjumaa, 10151
Coordinates 59.440392, 24.757793
GPS: 59° 26' 25" N, 24° 45' 28" E

The church (built in 1755, rebuilt in 1870) is renowned as the ”Admiralty church” that the Russian sailors are said to have built on the wreck of a ship. The church was handed over to an Estonian congregation in the 1920s. The building, used as a gym during the Soviet times, has been reconsecrated and re-estated.

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