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Even if you're not in the market for a souvenir from Tallinn, this passageway is worth strolling. Crafts are made on-site in a beautifully preserved series of old buildings and streets. Many of the handicrafts for sale are created using traditional handmade techniques, but are surprisingly well designed and sophisticated. Even non-shoppers will enjoy spending some time here.
This is a small narrow passage, interesting already because of the fact that it is very old, but preserved, on the top of it there are small crafts' and art's shops where you can discover and buy the beautiful work from local artists and craftmen/women. A great part of Tallin!
Firstly, the street itself is gorgeous and feels very medieval. Secondly, its worth going to each of the artisan workshops to see them in action. There's leather cutters making bags, boxes and books; stained glass window makers, glass blowers, linen-makers, etc. this is a great place to get a real Estonian souvenir versus the mass manufactured items sold everywhere else.... 更多
Tallinn is on handicrafts overload. There are many artisans, both real and fake selling every manner of craft. Some of... 更多
absolutely beautiful place, ideal for photo shoots and romantic walks. looks like taken straight from the middle ages. a must-see... 更多
Katariina Kaik or Catherine's Passage houses several traditional craft shops with artisans making everything from textiles, millinery, ironmngery and ceramics.... 更多