Vladimirovo village, Zelenaya street, 2а
Prikhodskaya kirkha byla postroyena v XIV veke. Kirkha byla nazvana v chest' Svyatoy Katariny. Na samom verkhu byla ustanovlena statuya svyatoy Katariny (do nashikh dney sokhranilas' v sil'no povrezhdennom sostoyanii). V XVI veke v zapadnoy chasti byla postroyena bashnya. V severo-vostochnom uglu raspolagalas' riznitsa. Sleva i sprava ot bashni nakhodilis' sklepy. Kirkha v Tarau izvestna kak mesto rozhdeniya populyarnoy v Germanii, Avstrii, Shvetsii pesni "Ankhen iz Tarau". V 1636 godu v kirkhe Svyatoy Katariny v Tarau proizoshlo venchaniye Ankhen, docheri mestnogo pastora Martina Neandera. Na venchanii prisutstvoval poet Simon Dakh. On vlyubilsya v Ankhen i napisal o svoyey lyubvi v stikhakh. Pozzhe na eti stikhi byla napisana muzyka. Posle pozhara v 1910 g. kirkha byla osnovatel'no otrestavrirovana, tshchatel'no vosstanovlen vnutrenniy dekor, ustanovlen grubo zvuchavshiy pnevmaticheskiy organ konigsbergskogo mastera Karla Novaka. Posle Vtoroy mirovoy voyny kirkha ostavalas' tseloy kak snaruzhi, tak i vnutri. So vremenem kirkha nachala prikhodit' v negodnost'. V 1988 g. rizhskaya gruppa poiskovikov v protsesse raboty nad versiyey o Yantarnoy komnate vskryla i osmotrela podvaly, s vostoka i zapada byli prolozheny glubokiye transhei. Russkaya Pravoslavnaya Tserkov' i Obshchestvo kirkhi "Tarau" (Germaniya, g.Bonn) provodyat vosstanovitel'nyye raboty, v 2014 g. byla perekryta krysha, proveden svet, gotovitsya proyekt po vosstanovleniyu unikal'nykh svodov.
In the 16th century, a tower was built in the western part. In the northeast corner was the sacristy. To the left and right of the tower were crypts. Kirkha in Tarau is known as the birthplace of the song "Ankhen from Tarau", popular in Germany, Austria, Sweden. In 1636, the wedding of Ankhen, the daughter of the local pastor Martin Neander, took place in the church of Saint Katharina in Tarau. At the wedding attended by the poet Simon Dah. He fell in love with Ankhen and wrote about his love in verse. Later on these verses music was written. After the fire in 1910, the church was thoroughly restored, the interior decor was carefully restored, and the Königsberg master Karl Novák, the crudely sounding pneumatic organ, was installed. After World War II, the church remained intact, both outside and inside.
Over time, the church began to fall into disrepair. In 1988, the Riga search group in the process of working on the version of the Amber Room opened and examined the basements, with deep trenches from the east and west. The Russian Orthodox Church and the Tarau Kirche Society (Germany, Bönn) are carrying out restoration work, in 2014 the roof was blocked, lights were held, a project was being prepared to restore the unique vaults.