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The first Estonian professional composer Rudolf Tobias (1873–1918) lived in Kullamäe between 1885 and 1889, where his father served as the parish clerk. Later, composer Artur Uritamm served as the church organist.
The church dates from the 13th century, and was originally built without a tower. In 1774 the massive buttresses were added to prevent the church from sinking into the soft ground. It was also during the end of the 18th century that the tower was added to the building; the present-day tower however dates from 1870. During the 19th century the church also received a new choir.
Estonian War of Independence memorial
- Classification of Estonian administrative units and settlements 2014 (retrieved 28 July 2021)
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- "Lääne Elu". 18 January 2013.