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Top Things to Do in Tallinn, Estonia, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Tallinn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tallinn occupies an area of 159.2 km 2 (61.5 sq mi) and has a population of 431,184. It is situated on the northern coast of the country, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland, 80 km (50 mi) south of Helsinki, east of Stockholm and west of Saint Petersburg.

Seaplane Harbour

The Seaplane Harbour ( Estonian: Lennusadam) is a maritime museum in Tallinn, Estonia, opened in spring 2012. The museum is part of the Estonian Maritime Museum. The museum is located in the Tallinn aeroplane harbour in a building originally constructed as a hangar for seaplanes in the area of Peter the Great's Naval Fortress.

Toompea

Toompea (from German: Domberg, "Cathedral Hill") is a limestone hill in the central part of the city of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The hill is an oblong tableland, which measures about 400 by 250 metres, has an area of 7 hectares (17 acres) and is about 20-30 metres higher than the surrounding areas.

Tallinn Town Hall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Although the city power worked in the Town Hall until 1970, it still holds the role of a representational building of a city administration and welcomes visitors as a concert venue and a museum, where you can get to know the centuries-long historical and architectural value of the Tallinn Town Hall.

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Tallinn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is an orthodox cathedral in the Tallinn Old Town, Estonia. It was built to a design by Mikhail Preobrazhensky in a typical Russian Revival style between 1894 and 1900, during the period when the country was part of the Russian Empire.

Tallinnaan!

Viralliset verkkosivut Tallinnan matkailusta.

Kadriorg

Kadriorg is a subdistrict ( Estonian: asum) in the district of Kesklinn (Midtown), Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. It has a population of 3,681 (As of 1 June 2011). Kadriorg means "Catherine's Valley" in Estonian, this derives from the Catherinethal, a Baroque palace of Catherine I of Russia.

Kumu (museum) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kumu is an abbreviation of the Estonian "Kunstimuuseum" (art museum). The designer was a Finnish architect, Pekka Vapaavuori, who won the competition in 1994. It was constructed from 2003 to 2006. The building is successfully positioned in the limestone slope of Lasnamäe Hill, and therefore, despite its size, is in harmony with the intimacy of the ancient Kadriorg Park.

Walls of Tallinn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The first wall around Tallinn was ordered to be constructed by Margaret Sambiria in 1265 and for that reason, it was known as the Margaret Wall. This wall was less than 5-metre-high (16 ft) and about 1.5-metre-thick (4.9 ft) at its base. Since that time it has been enlarged and strengthened.

Tallinn TV Tower

The Tallinn TV Tower ( Tallinna teletorn) is a free-standing structure with an observation deck, built to provide better telecommunication services for the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympics regatta event (see Sailing at the 1980 Summer Olympics). It is located near the suburb Pirita, six km north-east of the Tallinn city center.

Pirita - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pirita occupies a relatively big area, but compared to other districts of Tallinn its population of 16,636 (as of1 Jan 2012) is relatively small. It mostly consists of private houses, instead of the large blocks of flats typical of some other districts of Tallinn, such as Lasnamäe and Mustamäe.

Linnamuuseum - Kiek in de Kök

Tue-Sun 10.30-18.00. Last admission 17.30 Nov-FebTue-Sun 10.00-17.30. Last admission 17.00 The Museum is closed on Mondays and public holidays.

Estonian National Opera

Opera House The Jugend-classicistic theatre building designed by Finnish architects Armas Lindgren and Wivi Lönn was the largest building in the early 20th century Tallinn. One side of the two-wing building was intended for a theatre and the other for a concert hall. This is so also today.

Estonian National Opera

Estonian National Opera is the national opera company of Estonia. The company is based at the Estonia Theatre in Tallinn. The theatre has had several names throughout its existence. The latest one being "The Estonian National Opera", which was adopted in 1998.