Visit of the Lutheran Cathedral (also known as Dome Church or St. Mary’s Cathedral). The oldest cathedral in Tallinn. In the early 13th century there was a wooden church on the spot of the cathedral. Later building was constantly rebuilt, it reflected on its architecture which represents mix of Gothic, Baroque and more subsequent styles. The cathedral was the burial place of the noble and famous persons; here kings and generals were buried. The Cathedral’s floor is paved with tombstones; the oldest ones are dated from 8th century. Magnificent carved wooden altar inside the cathedral is a synthesis of architecture, sculpture and painting. Cathedral is also famous for its organ, which was placed here in 1878, but still has a unique sound.