St. Peter and St. Paul's Cathedral (Estonian: Peeter-Pauli katedraal) is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Apostolic Administration of Estonia. It is situated at Vene Str. 18 in the Old Town district of Tallinn, Estonia.
Catholicism was introduced to Estonia by force via the Northern crusades and dominated religious life during the Middle Ages. However, following the Reformation during the 16th century, Lutheranism took its place as the dominant faith, and during the time of Swedish rule in Estonia, Catholicism was banned.
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