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April 2, 2008
From journal The Pearl in the Baltic Crown
October 16, 2002
It's well worth a look inside as the interior is very ornate, adorned with many icons and frescos. To be honest it's impossible to do it justice - even my photo doesn't come close.
From journal Medieval Tallinn - 'A Well Kept Secret'
October 10, 2001
There are some rules to follow when entering the orthodox church, but tourists are not punished. However, it is not so difficult to follow the rules and pay your respect to the holy place: men must have their hair uncovered, while women must cover their heads. Also, it is not recommended to show too much naked flesh in the church (cover your knees and shoulders).
From journal My Home City
Grimsby, England, United Kingdom
July 27, 2011
From journal Tallinn
Clifton, New Jersey
August 8, 2003
The cathedral is part gift shop, part house of worship. Depending on when you visit, you may find yourself mobbed with tour groups or alone with a group of worshippers. The interior is quite impressive, but make sure to take the time to walk around the outside and enjoy the architecture - especially if you won't be going on to Russia itself. As this is an active cathedral, please be respectful. Dress appropriately and be conscious of your voice and manners.
From journal The New Grand Tour of Europe: Tallinn