Tallin

Tallinn is far from the most famous tourist destination in Europe, yet it would be wrong to underestimate the potential of the capital of Estonia, the city of ancient history: its position in the Gulf of Finland ( facing Helsinki, near St. Petersburg), enabled him to maintain a flourishing maritime trade throughout its existence. Tallinn has two very singular faces: one part of the city, rebuilt after the Second World War, is a purely Soviet style, Tallin that belonged to the USSR until 1991. The old part of Tallinn has miraculously escaped major bombing: capital is thus always with a beautiful https://www.cityzeum.com/centre-historique-de-tallin historic center, witness to its medieval wealth. The https://www.cityzeum.com/les-forteresses-de-la-ville-tallinn-8944 fortresses, ramparts, https://www.cityzeum.com/le-chateau-de-toompea-tallinn- 8944 Toompea castle served to protect Tallinn, the https://www.cityzeum.com/le-hall-de-la-ville-tallinn-8944 Hall Raekoda or https://www.cityzeum.com/le-passage -Saint-catherine-tallinn-8944 Sainte-Catherine crossing today further illustrate the daily life of the time. More recent but equally iconic, https://www.cityzeum.com/la-cathedrale-dalexandre-nevsky-tallinn-8944 the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, erected early twentieth serves to affirm the Orthodox identity of the city. Visit Tallinn. http://www.tourism.tallinn.ee/




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