Kirbla kirik, the smallest stone church in EstoniaKirbla kirik, the smallest stone church in Estonia

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  • Off the path Explo
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    4.2 / 5
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    This church is not singular, but however, quite off the path!
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      4 / 5
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      Description is ok. Any more tips for a unique visit?
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      Yes. Maybe would need a little bit more useful information and a plan!
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      Yes, 3
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      Yes!
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      Yes!
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A small and simple chuch.

My experience, Explo description: 

Kirbla St. Nicholas Church is the smallest stone church in Estonia (length 28.9 m, width 11 m).

The first written record of the existence of the Church dates from the 1531st.

The Church building is rectangular-shaped, with a very simple design.

If the church is open, a ladder gives access in the tower, which presumably has been built in 2 phases - the lower part in the 18th and the top in the 19th.

My personal recommendations: 

Have a look at the litte cemetary around.

How getting there: 

Kirbla is located on the road n°10, linking Risti to Hanila.

A tip to eat: 

No place to eat there.

A tip to sleep: 

No place to sleep there!

Useful information: 
Open hours: 

The church is closed most of the time.

Visit duration: 

10mn.

Entry fees: 

Free.