Temppeliaukio Church / Church of the Rock, Helsinki Finland

built directly into natural granite rock, Temppeliaukio Church is Helsinki’s most unusual church.

Kaunus Cathedral, Kaunus Lithuania

It is the largest neo-Gothic monument in Lithuania.

Great Guild Hall, Riga Latvia

one of the oldest public buildings in the Baltics dating back to the 14th century. it is now home to the Riga Philharmonic.

St. Peter’s, Riga Latvia

The church hall leaves a grand impression, the middle part of it reaches a height of 30 meters. and was included on UNESCO’S World Heritage list in 1997.

MUBA School of Music and Ballet, Tallinn

The Tallinn School of Music and Ballet MUBA is the newest and most modern music and ballet school in the Nordic region.

St. John’s, Tallinn Estonia

A three-nave church in neo-Gothic style at the heart of the city on Freedom Square.

White Hall of the House of the Blackheads

The White Hall (Great Hall) of the House of Blackheads is one of the oldest halls for public use in Tallinn built expressly for the purpose of entertainment. It is known that it was built in 1531–1532 and was one of the first Renaissance-style rooms in the Baltic lands.

Church of St. Johns, Vilnius Lithuanian

The layout of the Church of St. Johns still reflects its original Gothic structure.

Church of St. Catherines, Vilnius

This twin-towered 18th-century church, rich with baroque and Rococo detail, was once part of a Benedictine monastery. Damaged in WWII and used for storage by the unsentimental Soviets, it’s now renowned as a classical-music venue.

St. Francis Xavier – Jesuits Church, Kaunus Lithuania

The church features twin bell towers flanking the main facade. These towers are crowned with elegant domes and cross finials, adding to the church’s impressive silhouette.