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Rear gate of Haapsalu Episcopal castle
Estonia

The episcopal castle of Haapsalu is one of the most remarkable examples of Estonian Middle-Age fortress architecture, the glory of which can be traced today only by ruins. Castle is also knowh because of the legend of White Lady who's figure appears on a window on the southern wall of Haapsalu Dome Church during the full moon nights in August.

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