St. Anna’s Lutheran church
St. Anna's Lutheran Church was built in the 14th century, and has gained its present shape in 1890, in one summer. The architect John (Johann) Brown left the old part of the Church as altar room.
It was built so that its slender beautiful tower (58.6m) could be seen from far distance.
The church has been rebuilt and exoanded over time. It was built as a Catholic church and was called st. Mary's. After the Reformation of the 16th century and the conversion of the local German barns as well local Latvians, the church was renamed St. Anna's.
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