Map Tallinn Estonia for Printing

Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is a city with a rich history that dates back to medieval times. The Old Town of Tallinn, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is particularly known for its well-preserved medieval architecture.

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Here’s a detailed description of some historic places, buildings, streets, and squares in Tallinn:

  1. Tallinn Old Town (Vanalinn):
    • Description: The heart of Tallinn is its Old Town, characterized by narrow cobblestone streets and well-preserved medieval buildings. The entire Old Town is surrounded by medieval walls and towers, giving it a picturesque and enchanting atmosphere.
    • Key Attractions:
      • Toompea Castle: Perched on Toompea Hill, this castle has been a seat of power for centuries and currently houses the Estonian Parliament.
      • Alexander Nevsky Cathedral: A stunning Russian Orthodox cathedral with domes and intricate decorations.
      • St. Olaf’s Church (Oleviste kirik): This medieval church was once the tallest building in the world and offers panoramic views of the city from its tower.
  2. Raekoja Plats (Town Hall Square):
    • Description: The central square in the Old Town, surrounded by colorful buildings and the Tallinn Town Hall.
    • Key Attractions:
      • Tallinn Town Hall (Raekoda): A Gothic-style building dating back to the 15th century, it is the oldest town hall in the Baltic region.
      • Town Hall Pharmacy (Raeapteek): One of the oldest continuously operating pharmacies in Europe, located on the square.
  3. Viru Gate and Viru Street:
    • Description: Viru Gate is a set of picturesque twin towers that once served as an entrance to the Old Town.
    • Key Attractions:
      • Viru Street (Viru tänav): A vibrant street with shops, restaurants, and cafes, providing a lively atmosphere.
  4. Kadriorg Palace and Park:
    • Description: Located just outside the Old Town, Kadriorg Palace is a baroque palace built by Peter the Great for his wife, Catherine I.
    • Key Attractions:
      • Kadriorg Art Museum: Housed within the palace, the museum displays a collection of foreign art.
  5. St. Nicholas’ Church (Niguliste kirik):
    • Description: A medieval church that now serves as a museum, showcasing medieval art and artifacts.
    • Key Attractions:
      • Dance of Death: A famous painting depicting the medieval allegory of death.
  6. Tallinn City Wall and Towers:
    • Description: Tallinn’s medieval defensive walls are largely intact, and several towers are open to the public for panoramic views.
    • Key Attractions:
      • Kiek in de Kök: A cannon tower now housing a museum about Tallinn’s defenses.
      • Fat Margaret Tower (Paks Margareeta): Another tower along the city wall, which now houses the Estonian Maritime Museum.
  7. Tallinn Maritime Days and Port Area:
    • Description: Tallinn’s maritime history is celebrated during the annual Tallinn Maritime Days, and the port area is home to modern developments alongside historical elements.
    • Key Attractions:
      • Lennusadam (Seaplane Harbour): A maritime museum housed in a historic seaplane hangar.

Exploring Tallinn is like stepping back in time, and its mix of medieval charm and modern vitality makes it a unique and captivating destination.

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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