"This new pic You uploaded is a view of the church by "Kiriku street". "Kirik"="church" in Estonian. The street used to be a straight line from orthodox church to lutherian church, both built by Krenholm manufactory for their workers. Narva was till 1917 actually in a unique situation. When the territory, refered nowadays as Estonia was divided between Livonian and Estlandian Gouvernments of the Russian Empire, the city of Narva belonged to St. Petersburgh Gouvernment. But only the city itself. The surroundings, including the Krenholm factories that are inside city now, belonged to Estlandian Gouv. In factories worked much more people, than lived in the city. So the factories decided to build there own churches, as people couldn't go to church into another Gouvernment. Crazy ... "
von Seemerep (Synonym), der Historiker in Narva ist.