The church of St Nicholas was originally built in the 13th century and restored after the partial destruction due to the World War II Soviet bombing of Tallinn. The Alexander Nevski Russian orthodox cathedral is located on Toompea hill and was built between 1894 and 1900. The St Olav (or Olaf) church is located in the historic centre of Tallinn and dates back to the 12th century. The Charles church (Kaarli kirik) is a Lutheran church built between 1862 and 1870. The St Nicholas Russian orthodox church is located in Vene street in the old town and was built between 1820 and 1827. It has twin bell towers and a copper dome.
01 St  Nicholas church 02 Portal of St  Nicholas church 03 St  Nicholas church 04 St  Nicholas church 05 St  Nicholas church 06 Alexander Nevski cathedral
07 Russian orthodox cathedral 08 Russian orthodox cathedral 09 Alexander Nevski cathedral 10 St  Nicholas church 11 St Olav church 12 Alexander Nevski cathedral
13 St Olav church 14 St Nicholas Russian orthodox church 15 Russian orthodox cathedral 16 Alexander Nevski cathedral 17 St John church 18 Charles church
19 Charles church 20 Roof of St Olav church 21 St Olav church tower staircase 22 St  Nicholas church 23 Alexander Nevski cathedral 24 St  Nicholas church
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