Mustpeade Maja also known as the House of the Brotherhood of Black Heads was an association of young and foreign merchants staying in Estonia and Latvia in 1399 for a long period of time, but not permanently. The building represents a Renaissance architectural piece built by the Dutch, with lots of ornaments and carved decorations. The main entrance is Tallinn's most eye catching door, which was constructed in 1640. The interior is in a Neo-Classical style. There are occasional concerts and conferences taking place in the house.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 07:00 PM
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