One of the best examples of medieval architecture, St. Nicholas Church is both a house of worship and a museum. The church, located in the capital city Tallinn, Estonia, boasts beautiful chandeliers and classic icons. St. Nicholas Church also serves as a concert hall, and hosts weekly organ recitals. In 2009, the church welcomed the 23rd International Organ Festival. The church was damaged by Soviet bombs during World War II and has since been restored. The church is dedicated to the patron saint of sailors and fisherman, and originally played both an ecclesiastical and a defensive role.
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