Põltsamaa is the city of wine, bridges and roses. From 1570
Põltsamaa Museum displays the history of the town. The pride of the museum is a 13th century church console and rare specimens of local porcelain.
Põltsamaa St. Nicholas' Church was built from 1632 to 1633 on the site of earlier buildings. The nave was built on the 13th century gate buildings and the sanctuary on the 15th century cannon tower. In 1941 the church was destroyed. The church was recreated by 1952.
The Rosary of Põltsamaa demonstrates 900 different roses and over 3000 rose plants.
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