CorelDraw Map Tallinn Estonia

Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is divided into several city districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and atmosphere. Here is an overview of some of the most prominent ones:

  1. Kesklinn (City Centre):
    • This is the heart of Tallinn, where you’ll find the historic Old Town with its well-preserved medieval architecture, cobbled streets, and charming squares.
    • Kesklinn is a bustling area with a mix of modern businesses, government buildings, and cultural attractions.
    • The district is also home to the city’s main shopping streets, restaurants, and nightlife.
  2. Kalamaja:
    • Kalamaja, which means “Fish House” in Estonian, is a trendy and hip neighborhood located just northwest of the city center.
    • The area is known for its colorful wooden houses, artsy vibe, and a burgeoning creative community.
    • You can find a variety of cool cafes, art galleries, and design shops in Kalamaja.
  3. Pirita:
    • Pirita is a coastal district located to the northeast of the city center.
    • It’s famous for its beautiful sandy beach, marina, and the historic Pirita Convent.
    • This district offers a peaceful and green environment with plenty of parks and recreational areas.
  4. Lasnamäe:
    • Lasnamäe is a large residential district to the east of Tallinn, known for its Soviet-era apartment buildings.
    • It’s one of the more densely populated areas of the city and is home to a diverse community.
    • Lasnamäe also contains several shopping centers and parks.
  5. Kristiine:
    • Kristiine is a residential area located to the west of the city center.
    • It’s known for its quiet and family-friendly atmosphere, with a mix of housing options.
    • The district has shopping centers, schools, and parks.
  6. Nõmme:
    • Nõmme is a leafy suburb located to the southwest of Tallinn, known for its picturesque wooden houses.
    • It offers a small-town atmosphere with lush greenery, forests, and recreational opportunities.
    • Nõmme is a popular choice for those seeking a more tranquil environment.
  7. Mustamäe:
    • Mustamäe is a district to the southwest of the city center, primarily a residential area.
    • It’s home to the Tallinn University of Technology and the Estonian National Museum.
    • Mustamäe offers a mix of apartment buildings, parks, and educational institutions.
  8. Haabersti:
    • Haabersti is located to the west of Tallinn and features a mix of residential areas and nature.
    • It’s known for the Haabersti Circuit, a motorsport racetrack, and the Rocca al Mare shopping center.
    • The district also offers seaside promenades and parks.

These are some of the key districts and neighborhoods in Tallinn, each with its own distinct characteristics. Tallinn is a city that seamlessly blends its historical charm with modern living, and it’s a great place to explore for its rich culture, history, and natural beauty.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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