Location: Pärnu (Estonia)
Pärnu is hosting the largest electronic dance music event in the Nordic countries! Pärnu’s beach offers a unique kind of atmosphere, where one can see and hear the hottest dance and pop music artists.
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Take also the opportunity to visit this lovely city and do not miss the following spots:
3. St Elizabeth Church
The church was built in 1744-1747 and is one of the most outstanding Baroque buildings in Estonia. The church was named St Elizabeth Church after the Russian Empress Elizabeth to honour her for funding the construction of the church. In 1893, the oldest theatre Küün, which was in the southern part of the plot, was demolished as the southern wing was added to the church. In 1995, the extension with o# ces was completed. The church with one of the best organs in Estonia is a popular place for holding concerts.
4. Orthodox Church of the Trans# guration of Our Lord
The historicist old-Russian-style cross-shaped building was erected in 1904 and belongs to the Estonian subcongregation of the Apostolic Orthodox Church.There is a plaque to Father Mihkel Suigusaar in the southeastern corner of the churchyard. Because of its acoustics, the church is used for holding concerts.
Source: www.visitestonia.com and visitparnu.com