Entering the streets of the ancient city of Tallinn, the first attraction came to the house of the Brotherhood of Blackheads. If it weren't for the introduction of the guide, I would not know the origin of the house. This is an association established by young foreign businessmen, called the Brotherhood of Blackheads. Now inside is a museum with a lot of mural decorations.
The origin of the name of the Brotherhood is related to their patron-Blake St. Mauritius, who died approximately between 280 and 300 AD and was an early Christian martyr. His head is the symbol of the Brotherhood badge.
The first fraternity house, an association of young foreign businessmen who spent a lot of time in Estonia and Latvia in 1399, is not a permanent group. The building represents a Renaissance building built by the Dutch with a lot of decorations and frescoes. The main entrance is the most eye-catching gate in Tallinn, built in 1640. Very nice
Near the town hall, not far from the pier, no entry so no entry, just passing by to take a picture of the outside building, the roof is very special, the point is one of the features of most of the buildings here.
Blackhead House is the medieval building group on the edge of the Blackhead Palace in Tallinn, it was the residence of the Blackhead members of the year, the house is very characteristic, all triangle spires, full of European characteristics of the doorway and beautiful sculpture, very suitable for photography.
The Baltic Sea has a long history and unique development of the Black Head Brotherhood, symbolizing the epoch-old German sphere of influence in the Baltic Sea. The Black Head Brothers is an organization of young unmarried German businessmen. The doors of this building are beautiful and there are occasional stops to take pictures of it.