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The walkway gets it's name from being part behind (what remains) of St. Catherine’s Church. Along the walls, you'll see the large, ancient tombstones that used to line the inside of the sanctuary, which is equally parts fascinating and eerie. You'll see many little shops...More
A stroll down this passage way gives the person the feeling of going back in time. The stones on the wall are ancient tombstones that were discovered on the floor of a building, This was one way of preserve the history.
I loved this little side street with its narrow passages and ornamental stone arches, which were just so picturesque - a photographers dream. It could almost have been a scene from Game of Thrones! There are many different types of artistic goods available for sale...More
Entering this narrow old street was like stepping into history. I really loved walking there, enjoyed its look and special atmosphere and couldn't stop taking pictures. It was one of the places I liked most in Tallinn.
We were on a tour of the old town in Tallinn when our guide suggested that during our free time we should walk down St. Catherines passage. This was a good choice and we were able to see many interesting and quaint shops offering glass...More