Tallinn (Reval)

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History Tallinn is a historic city dating back to the medieval times and it was first recorded on a world map in 1154, although the first fortress was built on Toompea in 1050. In 1219, the city was conquered by Valdemar II of Denmark, but it was soon sold to the Hanseatic League in 1285. The city, known as Reval at the time, prospered as a trading town in the 14th century, and much of Tallinn's historic center was built at this time.
City Tallinn , the capital of Estonia, lies on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland, only 70 km (43 mi) south of Helsinki. At the historical and medieval heart of the city is the hill of Toompea, covered in cobbled streets and filled with medieval houses and alleyways. The lower town spreads out from the foot of the hill, still protected by the remnants of a city wall. Around the city wall is a series of well-maintained green parks, great for strolling.
Shopping Tallinn is a historic city dating back to the medieval times and it was first recorded on a world map in 1154, although the first fViru Keskus, Viru väljak 6,
Foorum Keskus, Narva maantee 5,
Kaubamaja, Viru väljak,
Melon Kaubanduskeskus, Estonia puiestee
Stockmann, Liivalaia 53,
Rocca al Mare kaubanduskeskus, (Take trolley 6 or 7, bus 21 or 22 or the free bus from Passenger Port),
Ülemiste Keskus, (Near the airport; take bus 2 or 15), . ortress was built on Toompea in 1050. In 1219, the city was conquered by Valdemar II of Denmark, but it was soon sold to the Hanseatic League in 1285. The city, known as Reval at the time, prospered as a trading town in the 14th century, and much of Tallinn's historic center was built at this time.
Cuisine he Old City is packed with restaurants claiming to offer authentic Estonian food, particularly on and around Raekoja plats. Prices at restaurants near the Raekoja Plats are generally more expensive, yet offer the same quality of food, as restaurants off this main square. Prices are steep by Estonian standards, but still much cheaper than neighbouring Helsinki, which explains why on weekends they're always packed with day tripping Finns.

Tallinn (Reval), Estland

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Aus Wikipedia über Tallinn (Reval)

Tallinn [ˈtalːɪnː], estnische Aussprache [ˈtɒʲʎlinː][1] (amtlich bis zum 24. Februar 1918 Reval [ˈʀeval], ein im deutschsprachigen Raum auch danach noch gebräuchlicher Name; andere ältere Namen: russisch Ревель = Rewel und vormals Колывань = Kolywan, dänisch Lyndanisse, schwedisch Lindanäs), ist die Hauptstadt von Estland. Sie liegt am Finnischen Meerbusen der Ostsee, etwa 80 Kilometer südlich von Helsinki.
Der Name Tallinn, den die Stadt seit der Eroberung durch den dänischen König Waldemar 1219 im Estnischen trägt, wird üblicherweise von „Taani-linn(a)“ (Dänische Stadt oder Dänische Burg, lateinisch: Castrum Danorum) abgeleitet.
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