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The church is pretty enough but the real attraction is the winding climb up the spire. The views from the top are breathtaking. The climb up,and down, isn’t for the faint of heart as the passageway is narrow and people are moving in both directions.
I'm in fair shape, lots of cycling, but this was a challenging climb up a steep circular staircase with uneven treads. Only one spot to stop and catch your breath if there is a long line behind you. The climb down is also a little...More
The church stands out on the skyline like the Empire State Building as it was the world's tallest structure in the 15th century. The climb is not for the faint hearted nor for anyone with cardiac problems. This will be your stress test! They must...More
It was a beautiful sunny day so we decided to pay 3 euros each to make the vigorous climb up the 258 winding steep steps to the tower’s observation platform. It was well worth it as we got to enjoy 360 degrees of breathtaking views...More
The tower of this church formerly was the highest building in the world. The church and the tower are very well preserved and the tower offers an excellent 360° view over the old town of Tallinn and onto the see. I recommend arriving upon the...More