Medieval Old Town
Excellently preserved Tallinn old town, built in the 15-17th centuries. This area is not so big that`s why it is best explored on foot.
Raekoja Plats is a city square beside Tallinn Town Hall at the center of Tallinn, Estonia. It is a place where festivals or concerts are held like Tallinn Old Town Days, and several bars and restaurants are located in the near vicinity.
Raekoda (Town Hall)
The Tallinn Town Hall is a building in the Tallinn Old Town, in Tallinn, Estonia, beside Town Hall Square. It is the only intact gothic style town hall in the Northern Europe.
Toompea is a limestone hill in the central part of the city of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The hill is an oblong tableland, which measures about 400 by 250 metres, has an area of 7 hectares (17 acres) and is about 20–30 metres higher than the surrounding areas. In folklore the hill is known as the tumulus mound over the grave of Kalev, erected in his memory by his grieving wife.
Tallinn City Wall
Tallinn City Wall is the defensive wall constructed around the city of Tallinn in Estonia. With 1.9km of its original city wall still standing, Tallinn boasts one of Europe’s best preserved Medieval fortifications together with 20 defensive towers. In fact, a large part of what gives Old Town its fairytale charm is the system of walls and towers that surrounds it.
The Riigikogu is the unicameral parliament of Estonia. All important state-related questions pass through the Riigikogu. In addition to approving legislation, the Riigikogu appoints high officials, including the Prime Minister and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and elects (either alone or, if necessary, together with representatives of local government within a broader electoral college) thePresident. The Riigikogu also ratifies significant foreign treaties that impose military and proprietary obligations, bring about changes in law, etc.; approves the budget presented by the government as law and monitors the executive power.