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Tallinn Card’s recommendations for April

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Do you know what you should and shouldn’t do at sea or by the water? How artists do their washing and what breakthrough reforms influenced the printed Russian word in Tallinn? Read about Tallinn Card’s recommendations for April and you’ll learn where you can find the answers!

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‘Mayday. Mayday. Mayday.’ Such is the title of the new hands-on exhibition at the Seaplane Harbour, where you can find out about the history of sea rescue and how it is organised today, listen to the stories of rescuers and see for yourself up close what a rescue helicopter is like and what other types of equipment are used to help those in trouble.

The ‘Laundry Day’ exhibition at the Adamson-Eric Museum showcases more than 50 paintings featuring laundry drying in the summer and autumn sunshine and piles of sheets placed in baskets. The exhibition presents dozens of well-known artists’ reflections on their own actions and those of people close to them in this workaday world.

The ‘Russian Printed Word in Tallinn from the Early 19th Century to 1940’ exhibition looks at the various processes that affected Russian printing in the Estonian capital in different eras and different contexts. Attention is turned to breakthrough reforms in written Russian in 1708 and 1918, as a result of which the written language has become what it is today.

The Holy Spirit Church was built in the 14th century and is one of the oldest and finest sacral buildings in Tallinn. Its façade is adorned with a working clock that is 334 years old. The treasures inside the church include its unique main altar (a work by Bernt Notke that dates back to the 15th century) and its pulpit, which was built in the 16th century.

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The menu at this Old Town restaurant, which is inspired by European cuisine, features a wide range of grilled dishes among both its starters and mains. During the warmer months you can sit on the flower-filled terrace and people-watch, while those who prefer a quieter setting will appreciate the angled and vaulted rooms in the medieval building, which spans three storeys. Tallinn Card holders receive a 10% discount.

The Tallinn Legends attraction combines the city’s centuries of history with brilliant acting and state-of-the-art special effects. The city’s legends are played out for the audience, taking you on a journey back in time. Tallinn Card holders receive a 50% discount until the end of April and a 10% discount from May-September.

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