E58***25If you want to get to know Tallinn and I really mean "get to know" then you must visit the most beautiful part of the city.There are many delightful people here including locals, tourists and expats then make up the populace of the city.Everyone is so welcoming and it's easy to make friends over a drink or even a spot of lunch. Theres also an interesting vegetable patch located in old town with an interesting back story that I ought to let you discover yourself.
_We***49Raekoja plats is a town square beside Tallinn Town Hall in the center of the Tallinn Old Town in Tallinn, Estonia. Great place to people watch. I met several people from different coutries here. There are many restaurants with outdoor seating and at times you can see people performing as well.
翱翔的大鲨鱼The traffic to the main seat of Our Lady of Tallinn is one of the must-see attractions in Tallinn. This is almost one of the epitome of Estonia's history. The church was built in the 13th century. The exterior spans the Baroque and Slavic styles, and the inside is magnificent and worth seeing.
_We***49The oldest sections of Tallinn's city wall were built in the 13th century. During the next three centuries, it became one of the largest and strongest. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the walkway is a small section simply called Tallinn’s City Wall. the old city walls and towers blended with modernity and more history. The Nun Tower is the one closest in the foreground; the Sauna Tower is to its left
lilysuunThe Toompea is the highest point of Tallinn’s Old Town. At the top of the mountain there is a town hall and a church ⛪️, and the time we have is the most famous viewpoint, with the old town under the mountain in the background.
sculptorSt. Nicholas Church (Niguliste kirik) is a former medieval church in Tallinn, Estonia. It is dedicated to Saint Nicholas dedicated to fishermen and sailors. It was originally built in the 13th century and was partially destroyed when the Soviet Union bombed Tallinn in World War II. It has since been restored and now houses the Niguliste Museum, a branch of the Estonian Art Museum, dedicated to church art since the Middle Ages. The former church was also used as a concert hall.