Newsletter • MAY 2017
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This quiet neighbourhood has long been known for its colourful hodgepodge of old fashioned, working class houses. Throughout most of Tallinn’s history Kalamaja served as the town’s main fishing harbour.
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There is almost always something going on in the slightly sleepy, bohemian district Kalamaja, from community events to city-wide happenings. Here, we have listed Kalamaja’s trendiest spring and summer events just for you.
Song and dance celebrations are an old and very important tradition for Estonia and Estonians. The first song celebration took place in 1869 and the first dance celebration in 1934.
Whereas green is in the ascendancy on the catwalk, the colour du jour in the culinary world is purple, which is already dominating the menus of quite a number of our chefs.
Tallinn Card invites you to the TV Tower in summer to experience everyday life in the Soviet era. More information from here.
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... Tallinn gained Lübeck city rights in 1248, gaining admission to the Hanseatic League of European cities.