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Tallinn - Skoðunarferðir og kennileiti

Listasöfn

Listasafn
“Estonian Art Museum, located in the beautiful greenery of Kadriorg area. A true must-visit.”
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Listasafn
“Kumu Art Museum's permanent exhibition introduces the Estonian art from the beginning of the 18th century until the year 1991. Variable exhibitions additionally include international and modern art.”
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Listasafn
“Design exhibitions of both local and worldknown artists. Closed on mondays and tuesdays, open till 6 pm all the other days of the week.”
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Kennileitisupplifanir

Sögusöfn

History Museum
“The museum, located in the cannon tower and bastion passages, introduces the genesis of Tallinn, its development, as well as the most important war events from the 13th to the 18th century.”
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History Museum
Museum
“These haunting underground prison cells offer a glimpse into the Soviet-era prison system.”
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Söguferðir

Útsýnisstaðir

Útsýnisstaður
“This is the best vantage point for viewing Tallinn's fairytale Town Wall and towers, St. Olav's Church and the harbor area.”
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Almenningsgarður
“New park for walking, jogging, rollerskating or enjoy playgrounds for kids. ”
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Útsýnisstaður
“The second best viewpoint on the Dome Hill. To have some exercise go down the staircases, take a look at the impressive natural limestone hill with mediaeval walls and then climb up again!”
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Útsýnisstaður
“Beautiful beach with forest pine trees! There is San Patricks pub where you can chill, eat and drink delicious food and drinks siting warmly inside but watching the sea through the crystal windows.”
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Útsýnisstaður
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Sögufrægir staðir

Ráðhús
“ Visitors from all over the world drop around to admire the beauty of Tallinn, the best preserved medieval city in Northern Europe boasting Gothic spires, winding cobblestone streets and enchanting architecture. Once a home to wealthy merchants settling from Germany, Denmark and beyond, Tallinn Old Town today is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, with restaurants, bars, museums and galleries bringing much life to this historical city centre. Unlike many other capital cities in Europe, Tallinn has managed to wholly preserve its structure of medieval and Hanseatic origin. Due to its exceptionally intact 13th century city plan, the Old Town was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, joining the ranks of the world’s most recognised landmarks. Here you'll find original cobblestone streets dotted with medieval churches and grandiose merchant houses, barns and warehouses many of which date back to the Middle Ages. Spend a day in an authentic medieval milieu and you will soon realise why so many visitors have described Tallinn Old Town as mystical, mesmerising and addictive. ”
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Torg
“Town Hall Square in the old town. A nice place to have a walk and enjoy some history and culture. I wouldn't recommend eating at the town hall square though.”
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Kirkja
“I strongly reccommend to go to the very top of the church - amazing views! It used to be the highest building in the World at the time it eas built”
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Almenningsgarður
“The closest park. Itś close to harbour area and not far from the maritime museum. ”
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History Museum
“The museum, located in the cannon tower and bastion passages, introduces the genesis of Tallinn, its development, as well as the most important war events from the 13th to the 18th century.”
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Capitol Building
“When in Old Town of Tallinn start from The Upper Town called Toompea. There are four viewpoints with spectacular views to different directions over the city center. Also you can find there the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral.”
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Museum
“Patarei fortress in Tallinn, part of European architectural heritage, is a Classical defensive structure that has retained its stylistic purity. This is a memorial to the victims of communism and fascism, as well as a meaningful symbol of resistance on the part of martyrs of the Republic of Estonia. The construction of Patarei sea fortress started under the orders of Nicholas I in 1828. After completion, it began operating as an artillery battery. The premises covering 4 hectares have had different functions – barracks and a prison. Patarei belongs to the Republic of Estonia. Currently, discussions on developing the complex are under way, and the entrance to the fortress is closed. Beeta promenade remains open; you can take walk along the promenade and look at the exterior of the prison on your own.”
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Bókasöfn

Library
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