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St. Bridgets Convent
Tallinn
This is a picture taken in July 2011 inside St. Bridgets Convent in Tallinn, Estonia. This old cloister ruin is called "Pirita" in Estonian language.
Copyright: Sven seiler
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Uploadet: 01/08/2011
Opdateret: 06/08/2014
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Tags: pirita; str. bridget; cloister; kloster; buildung
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