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St. Matthias' Church in Harju-Madise

Category Historical Attractions, Architectural sightseeings, Churches
Coordinates 59.290169, 24.122759
GPS: 59° 17' 25" N, 24° 7' 22" E

Built throughout 15th–18th centuries The high bell tower of this well-maintained church on the coast serves as a lighthouse for the Gulf of Pakri. Above the pulpit (1784) there is a carved sun disc that has often been mistaken for the helm of a ship. Altar triptych dates back to 1631.

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