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St John’s Lutheran Church in Kolga-Jaani

Category Historical Attractions, Churches
W. Reimani tn 3, Kolga-Jaani alevik, Kolga-Jaani vald, Viljandimaa, 70301
Coordinates 58.533054, 25.946112
GPS: 58° 31' 59" N, 25° 56' 46" E

This medieval church was built in the 14th century and restored in 1875.

The church has thick walls and a pseudo-Gothic West tower. The altar painting “Come to me” is made of stained glass (Ernst Tode, 1903). The gallery balustrade is decorated with Old Testament paintings (J. C. Kuhle, 1771) and modern apostles (Jüri Kask, 2003). In the vicarage there is a memorial room of Willem Reiman.

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