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Bell-tower of the Old Believers’ Chapel in Rajaküla

Category Historical Attractions, Architectural sightseeings, Churches
Raja küla, Kasepää vald, Jõgevamaa, 49509
Coordinates 58.821465, 26.944571
GPS: 58° 49' 17" N, 26° 56' 40" E

The Old Believers’ congregation in Rajaküla has its roots in the 18th century. The first
Old Believers escaping from czar’s violent persecutions occurred in Estonia a century
before. Rajaküla chapel was destroyed in the II World War. The bell-tower is the place
the Old Believers have their sermons in now.

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