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40 Bank of Estonia Museum Estonia pst 11 • www.eestipank.ee Exposition on the history of Estonian money and on the activities of the central bank. Visitors will learn the role of money in the society, have explained the arcane mysteries of central bank policy, and get an overview of how the financial system works.

34 Viewing platforms In the old days the nobles living on Toompea hill would look down – both literally and figuratively – on the merchants and artisans living in the town below. Now so can you. Two viewing spots in particular, the Kohtu street and Patkuli platforms, give sweeping panoramas of Old Town’s rooftops, towers and beyond. From the Kohtu street platform there’s an unforgettable view of the city’s Medieval neighbourhood against the backdrop of its new financial district. The Patkuli platform, on the other hand, offers the best vantage point to see Tallinn’s fairy tale city wall and towers, as well as St. Olav’s Church and the harbour. From Patkuli a winding series of steps leads down the cliff face to Nunne street, below.

41 National Opera Estonia Estonia pst 4 • www.opera.ee Tallinn’s main venue for opera and ballet, built in 1906. Built in 1913, the grand, Art Nouveau structure still belongs to the “Estonia” theatrical company. The state concert agency, Eesti Kontsert, is also headquartered here.

42 Hotel Viru & KGB Museum Viru väljak 4 • www.sokoshotels.fi In Soviet times it was rumoured that the KGB had files on everyone and that they operated in Viru Hotel. The latter rumour turned out to be true. Those intrigued by the city’s secret history can take a guided tour at this museum on 23rd floor.

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On one slope of Toompea hill, between the city wall and Lower Town, you’ll find an open, gardenlike area and a terraced set of steps that lead down to a courtyard on Rüütli street. This relaxing spot was supposedly where King Valdemar II of Denmark and his troops camped before conquering Toompea in 1219.

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One piece of Old Town architecture that seems out of place here among its Medieval neighbours is the colourful, very Russianlooking, onion-domed church that lords over the city from atop Toompea hill. It was established here in 1900. Now the cathedral is the main place of worship for Estonia’s Russian Orthodox faithful.

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Tallinn's most ornate guild hall, with Renaissance facade and spectacular doorway. The Brotherhood of Black Heads gets its odd name from the fact that its patron saint, Mauritius, was a darkskinned Moor. This guild of unmarried German merchants was responsible for organising the town’s defenses.

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The power politics of the Middle Ages being what they were, Tallinn was constantly under threat of attack by one ambitious neighbour GB or another. The solution, starting in the 13th century, was to maintain a system of high, thick walls, guard towers and gates. With 1,9 km of its original city wall still standing, Tallinn boasts one of Europe’s best preserved Medieval fortifications. The portion of the wall that’s open to the public connects Nunna, Sauna and Kuldjala towers.

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One of the most versatile Estonian artists of the 20th century, Adamson-Eric (1902-1968), worked in a number of disciplines. His creations, displayed in this medieval-merchanthouse-turned-museum, include paintings and inventive jewellery.

Saints, dancing skeletons and silver – not to mention the occasional organ concert – are the main attractions at this imposing, 13th-century church. The church houses a museum dedicated to church art, displaying Medieval altarpieces and Tallinn’s most famous painting, Bernt Notke’s Danse Macabre. Destroyed in a World War II bombing raid, it was painstakingly reconstructed in the 1980s. The building's acoustics also make it a prime concert venue, with organ or choir performances held here most weekends.

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Dedicated to the 1940–1991 time period when Estonia suffered German and Soviet occupations. It’s a must-see for 20th century history buffs and anyone who wants to understand modern Estonian society.

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Films and interactive displays show how people here lived, fought and survived over the last 11,000 years. The museum is housed in the 15thcentury Great Guild Hall, itself a spectacular relic of Tallinn’s past.

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Once upon a time, from 1549 to 1625 to be precise, this 14th-century Gothic church was the tallest building in the world. In Medieval days its 159-metre spire would have made it a truly inspiring sight. At 124 metres, the current spire still towers over Old Town, and in spring and summer daring visitors can climb up for an amazing view.

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Open since as far back as 1422, this curious little shop on the corner of Town Hall Square is in fact the oldest continuously running pharmacy in Europe. Medieval remedies like burnt bees and powdered unicorn horn have been replaced by their 21stcentury counterparts, but one room in the back displays a collection of medicinal bricabrac from bygone days.

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Extensive displays on Estonia’s sea-faring history, housed in the historic Fat Margaret’s cannon tower. This fat, sturdy defence tower was built from 1511 to 1530 to protect Tallinn from attacks by the sea. Take the stairs to the roof-top for a picture-postcard view of the Tallinn harbour and the Old Town.

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The historic square at the heart of Old Town and the best-preserved Gothic town hall in Northern Europe. Dominating the square’s east side is the Town Hall, built in 1402–1404 as the headquarters for the ruling burgermeisters.

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This three-storey tower gives visitors a chance to walk along a 200 m stretch of the wall. Dating to the 14th century, it has been used as a prison and a weapons store, but nowadays houses an art gallery.

36 Maiden’s Tower Lühike jalg 9A This tower next to the Danish King’s Garden dates to the 14th century. Naming it “Maiden’s” or “Virgin’s” Tower is another example of that wacky, Medieval irony: it used to house a prison for prostitutes.

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A chronicle of the life and works of Estonia’s greatest writer, set in his 1930s home. His most famous work is the five-part epic, Truth and Justice, which covers all strata of Estonian society.

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This is home to Estonian Association of Designers, design companies and studios. Showroom here is the best place to purchase local creations. A café right next door, makes the design shopping even more worth while.

Maarjamäe Palace is now home to a large-scale exhibition devoted to the Republic of Estonia. It tells the story of the birth, development, occupation and regained independence of the republic. The museum’s courtyard is full of Soviet era demounted monuments offering different kind of view to art.

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This region’s biggest sea centre tells exciting stories about the Estonian maritime and military history. Take a look at life size submarine and replica seaplane among many other exhibits. On the outdoor area visitors can tour a collection of historic ships, including the Suur Tõll, Europe's largest steam-powered icebreaker. Seaplane Harbour operates in architecturally unique hangars built almost a century ago, in 1916 and 1917, as a part of Peter the Great sea fortress.

A large park and amphitheatre that was the birthplace of the Singing Revolution in the late 1980s. Most famously the site is home to the Estonian Song and Dance Celebration, an unforgettable event that takes place every five years, drawing together up to 34 000 performers and 200 000 spectators. Next to the concert arena is the 42m Song Grounds Light Tower.

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