Tallinn's skyline at dusk.
St Mary's Cathedral in Tallinn's Old Town is the home of Estonia's Evangelical Lutherans, and is the oldest church in mainland Estonia.
As you enter Estonia's capital by ferry, the image you get is one of romantic Europe. But Tallinn's skyline – dominated by an eclectic mix of church spires – creates an illusion at odds with Estonia's reputation as the 'least religious' country in Europe, and possibly the world. Scott Yeoman explores why.
On top of a hill in Tallinn's Old Town lies Estonia's oldest church. On this cold autumn day, more than 700 years after it was founded, St Mary's Cathedral still stands strong against a clear blue sky.
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