Thursday, 10 September 2015

My 1 day Tallinn trip in 2009 - Back to the Old Town centre; around St. Catherine's and the Domenican Monastery passageways - The 2nd of November 2009


We headed back to the Old Town Centre  via the  church of the Transfiguration of Our Lord and the Niguliste Church, both of which were unfortunately closed.

Once we reached the Old Town square we decided to make our way to the cobblestoned St. Catherine's passageway running along the surviving wall of the 1246 Saint Catherine's Church with several gravestones, some of which date back to the 14th century, still lining it. We further continued onto a passageway in the medieval Dominican Monastery until we came across a string of Arts and Craft shops, many of which glass blowing oriented.


Feeling hungry we decided to walk into a typical restaurant right in front of the grave-stoned wall, where we had a rather copious and fairly cheap meal we both appreciated very much.


(To be continued)


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