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We’ve heard the stories about the Danish flag falling from the sky, the oldest flag. Little did we know that Tallinn was ruled bu a Danish king for 100 years and this garden is “allegedly” where the flag fell from the sky. Quite dramatic surrounding...More
This area is just outside on of the gates in the walls of the old city of Tallin.
There are three “ghost monk” statues at different spots and they are part of one of the legends of the day’s when the walled city was active...More
It is a old rock-build wall with some wooden structures attached. the most medieval stylish place I visit in tallinn. And even those monks without face compose a peaceful scheme to me. The vendor smells good, but we have no chance to try tough. This...More
Very interesting area and a part of town history. The architecture and the creepy three monks statues are great for photo taking. There is a museum on site too. In the background, is the castle and a bunch of attractions and other landmarks in the...More