Visit the inner chambers of Tallinn's 13th-century Dominican Monastery for a glimpse into the lives of medieval monks.
These chambers once included three wings, together called the Claustrum, of which the east wing still remains. It consists of a monks’ dormitory, library, refectory, prior’s living quarters and other rooms. Visitors shouldn’t miss the mysterious 'Energy Pillar' in the cellar, thought to be a source of physical and spiritual health.
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Is a small place, but very medieval by the look of it. We just caught some glimpses from the outside.
This is petite but beautifully preserved. Accessed via an ancient archway into the courtyard. The steps to the museum are old and uneven.
While walking around through Tallinn, we stopped by the Monastery. The lady at the desk was very friendly, but it was not worth the money to go inside. We did sit in the courtyard for a few minutes... Read more comments