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St Peter’s Lutheran Church in Kõpu

Category Historical Attractions, Churches
Pärnu maantee 1, Kõpu alevik, Kõpu vald, Viljandimaa, 71201
Coordinates 58.325279, 25.306110
GPS: 58° 19' 31" N, 25° 18' 22" E

The church was built in 1825 and restored in1906.

It is a smallish classicist church with a brick floor and a historicist tower. The author of the rare-themed altarpiece “Let the children come to me” is unknown but believed to be most likely the Baltic German painter Friedrich Ludwig von Maydell (XIX).

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