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St. John the Baptist Lutheran Church in Kärdla

Category Architectural sightseeings, Churches
Posti tänav 2, Kärdla linn, Hiiumaa
Coordinates 59.002842, 22.752434
GPS: 59° 0' 10" N, 22° 45' 9" E

A simple stone church built at the place of a wooden chapel for cloth mill workers sets at
the edge of the green town park. Erected in 1863 it is made of local limestone, grouted
both in and out and whitewashed in the end. Simple and comforting church away from
the hastiness around us. The artist of the altar painting even forgot to sign his work.

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