Väike-Maarja church

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1346

Väike-Maarja church was built on top of a chapel as a subsidiary church to Simuna church.

It was first mentioned in 1346, main construction works took place in the 1370s.

The church has relatively thick walls: 2,4 m in average, also had two embrasures near the western tower.

There are also German and Estonian chapels, built in 1770 and in the beginning of the XIX century, respectively.

Image source: http://static.panoramio.com/photos/original/24053525.jpg


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