From the 14th to the 18th century, this squat, round house on the north edge of Old Town was the site of a horse-powered mill.
Nowadays it's home to occasional exhibitions, concerts and theatre plays.
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Locals usually visit Hobuveski for Tallinn City Theatre plays. When walking in Old Town, you might not even happen upon the old mill. But it is just a few minute walk from St. Olaf's Church, or Fat... Read more comments
This limestone building is dating from 1379. It has a diameter of 16 meters. It was originally used for milling flour. The mill mechanism was operated by eight horses that turned it inside the... Read more comments
We stopped there by accident and we sow quite a funny building and curious. It was closed but we found out that has history and served as a flour mill in times of need.