This simple but beautiful wooden church, with its Classicist interior, was constructed in 1860.The altar and pulpit are in pseudo-Gothic style.Did you know…?*Karu church is one of the few remaining wooden churches in Estonia today*Its bell tower dates from 1771*During the most recent renovations the ball and cross on the tower were gilded *Fascinating historical material has been found within the ball on the church tower*The church regularly hosts concerts
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Käru Church (orig. Käru kirik) is one of the oldest church in mainland Estonia. There is opportunity to claim to the tower.
Written 25 August 2021
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