"St. George's Church" Museum of Decorative and Applied Art Tip by antistar

  St. George
by antistar

On the same street as St. John's and opposite St. Peter's, is one more church: St. George's. Only this one is a little different, and unless you look out for its arched windows and high roof, you'd think it was just another building on this cluttered street. Older than its neighbours, in truth it is just another building now. During the reformation it was transformed into a warehouse.

Today it hosts the Museum of Applied arts, wherein you can see some of the remaining fragments of the original church.

Address: Skarnu Street 10/16
Directions: Behind St. Peter's church.

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  • Updated Oct 24, 2011
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