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The Old Town
(The Dome Hill)
Kelly Pärkman
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Tallinn Lillekyla Gymnasium
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Tallinn
Toompea Castle
Tall Hermann's Tower
Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin
Danish King's Garden
The House of the Estonian Knighthood
Maiden Tower
References
Tallinn
The centre of Tallinn
Dome Hill
The lower town
Toompea Castle
Location
Built in the 13th to the
14th centuries
Wooden fortress
The building of the
Riigikogu
Several parts
Tall Hermann's Tower
Location
14th century
The name of the
tower
The Estonian flag
Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin
Location
Lutheran church
1219
1233
The stone church
Organ-1913
Danish King's Garden
Location
Old legends
Danneborg Day
The House of the Estonian
Knighthood
Location
Town residence
1920­1940
1948 to 1992
April 1, 1993
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
Location
Church
1900
Mikhail
Preobrazhensk
Before the building
Decoration
Maiden Tower
Location
Prison
14th century
Presently
References
http://tourism.test.neti.ee/fpage/explore/attractions/oldtown/?_page=2&_count_all=22
http://www.flat3.co.uk/europe/full_size/981052.jpg
http://www.nomadig.com/journal/stuff/tallinn_danishgarden.jpg
http://www.tripwiser.com/trip_thing_to_do-Estonia_Tallinn_Toompea_Castle_Tall_He
http://www.tourism.tallinn.ee/fpage/explore/attractions/az
http://www.tallinn.info/toompea/
http://www.linnamuuseum.ee/kok/index.php?lang=2&id=170
http://www.page.ee/1/Tallinn/Vanalinn/index.html
http://www.tallinn-hotels.net/knighthood_art.htm
http://www.tourism.tallinn.ee/fpage/explore/churches

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