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This courtyard leads to Katarina Kaik (St-Catherine's Passage)
Following this old lane I found myself in the inner courtyard of the Dominican Monastery. Established in 1246, this is Tallinn's oldest intact building.
Continuing on St-Catherine's Passage, I ...
... and upper town where the castle was and aristocracy lived. They had two separate governments at different times. The Lower town seems geographically larger to me.
People are friendly and most speak English in Tallinn so if you get lost or need directions this was not really a problem. There is an excellent Tourist Information Office inside the Old Town but if you aren't staying inside the Old Town, it can be challenging to ...
... and were for the first time insisting on independence. On August 23, 1989, more than a million people joined hands to create a 600-km-long human chain - called the Baltic Way - from Tallinn through Riga, Latvia, to Vilnius, Lithuania, a formidable show of solidarity in the drive for freedom of the Baltic countries. Finally, in 1991, Estonia declared independence, and the weakened Soviet Union was not in a position to object.
... a month Teachers, nurses less than this Average salary is 1000 euro a month Average rent 1000 euro a month Families still share units, communal living, they rent a room and share bathroom kitchen and living. Sometimes 12 people from a family in one bedroom On the longest day June 21st, they only have 45mins of darkness for summer. In winter they sun rises around 11am and sets around 4pm. I don't think I would like that!! Sites: St isaacs church Church of the spilled blood Matryoshka ...
... seen a cheap city magnet going for 11 Euro’s or $14.00 U.S.
The port area seems so very well prepared to accept the onslaught of the cruise trade but the stores seem to be devoid of usual touristy junk instead they display quality linens and handcrafted sweaters with a familiar Baltic look to the design in their windows. I want to send out a special thanks to Jay and Susan for that black winter jacket – without it I’d be very wet ...