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St Olaf’s Church

At the northern end of Pikk stands the enormous Gothic St Olafs Church (Oleviste kirik), first mentioned in 1267 and named in honour of King Olaf II of Norway, who was canonized for battling against pagans in Scandinavia. The church is chiefly famous for its 124-metre spire, which you can climb for a spectacular view of Old Town and the port.

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