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    Bethel Lutheran Church in Tallinn

    Bethel Lutheran Church in Tallinn is the smallest Lutheran church in the capital. The Bethel congregation was established in 1927. The church building has been designed by architect Sacharias and it was completed in 1938. Bethel Church was the only Lutheran church built in Tallinn during the years of independence. In 1997, the congregation started work with street children of Northern Tallinn. In January 2000, the Social Centre of Bethel Church was established. Today, the tower has a new, almost 10-metre-high spire which is quite similar to the original. The tower can also be seen from Toompea.
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