- St. Brigitta's Convent was built by wealthy merchants of Tallinn in 1407. This Gothic church was built in the second half of the 16th century but has since been partly destroyed, and only the sidewalls remain. The convent is said to have secret underground passages to the city. Nowadays, concerts take place here, and there is a traditional fair on the convent day celebration. In front of the ruins is a farmers' cemetery. Guided tours are available in several languages.
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