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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