There are many references to Tallinn's medieval heritage, including guilds. Behind this facade, a passageway led to Katariina Kaik, or St Catherine's Passage, which houses the Guild of St Katariina - a collective of craftspeople.
This is a teeny, tiny, Orthodox chapel,
And here's the view from above:
Taking a turn, completely by whim, down Muurivahe, I discovered a door in one of the towers that led up to the ramparts. (You had to pay a nominal amount - maybe €3 to enter). Up at the top, I discovered my favourite spot in the city, and spent a happy hour there on a Sunday morning, basking in the sun, listening to the bells of the Old Town.