Tallinn, Estonia: Cathedral of Saints Peter & Paul

          






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Tallinn, Estonia: Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul

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About Tallinn:
With a population of only about 500,000, Tallinn is one of Europe's smallest capital cities.  This makes it ideal in terms of getting around and seeing everything the city has to offer.  

Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul:
Tallinn has but one major Catholic church:  the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, although there are several other places of worship as well.  Most Masses are in Estonian, but as we have pointed out before, don't let the language barrier keep you from attending Mass. It is still the Mass.....and participating in the Mass in another country's culture is always interesting.

Getting there:
Tallinn has an international airport and is also a popular stop on many Baltic cruises, so if you are on a cruise you will probably be able to pay a visit, and if you are lucky, attend Mass.  

Address:  Vene 18, 10123 Tallinn

GPS coordinates:  59° 26' 17.8728'' N,  24° 44' 53.0268'' E

Tel:   (+372) 644 6367

email:  ppkirik@hot.ee

For the official website of the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in Tallinn, Estonia click here.

Other places for Catholics to worship include: 

Order of the Most Holy Savior of St. Bridget

Ukranian Greek Catholic Culture Center (in communion with Rome) 
Plaque on the outside of the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul (photo credit Dean And Susan Fisher)
Exterior of the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in Tallin (photo credit Dean and Susan Fisher)
Picture taken during Mass inside the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Tallin, Lithuania (Photo credit Dean and Susan Fisher)
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