The cloister of the Dominican Monastery is one of the most valuable historical buildings in Tallinn’s Old Town. It contains the most important rooms of the monastery - the priory, the library and the Capital Hall, among others. In the 14th and 15th Centuries, meetings between the leaders of the Knighthoods of Harju and Virumaa were often held in the cloister.

Conference facilities for up to 50 people are available, and rooms can be adapted for various uses including small conferences, seminars, lectures and boardroom-style meetings.


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