A visit to the oldest building preserved in the Old Town of Tallinn is worthwhile. The Monastery, which once used to be a place where different cultures mingled and a cradle of Estonian schooling, is today a unique architectural monument for the whole of Northern Europe.
The Monastery founded by Dominican monks as early as in 1246 and built in the Gothic style, offers besides medieval architecture a large collection of carved stones.
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