Church of St.Simeon and the Prophetess Hanna in Tallinn, Ahtri 5, represents a unique tradition of Orthodox wooden architecture and was built in 1752 - 55 on the initiative of Russian sailors.
Museum of Applied Art and Design in Tallinn has over 13 000 exhibition articles divided into textile, ceramics, porcelain-, leather-, glass-, jewellery-, metal-, furniture- and design collections. Free admission on the following days:
The Holy Spirit Church in Tallinn, Pühavaimu 2, invites for a music hour every Monday at 18:00.
Kumu Art Museum is a real proud of Tallinn inhabitants - modern building with full collection of Estonain Art and wide range of temporary exhibitions. Free entrance on 18 th May - International day of museums.
Tallinn Free Tour guides are students who in addition to the legends and true stories from medieval times to nowadays, fun facts and stories provide you with brief overview on what to do and where to party at night. Tour starts every day at 12 p.m., meeting point - in front of Tallinn Tourist Information Center, 2 Nigulsite str.
With a good luck or good part of patience you can find a circular stone on the Town Hall Square. Step on it and see five famous spires of Tallinn at one time. And yes, there are some fake stones... to make it more exciting...
Although summers in this region come late and are short - white sand beaches are highlights of every visit. Tallinn boasts five public swimming beaches: Pirita, Stroomi, Harku, Kakumäe and Pikakari. Ask locals for their favourite and enjoy.
Located next to the Town Hall on Pühavaimu 2 Holy Spirit Church is a must to visit site. Its facade holds painted clock that dates back to the 17th century and is the oldest public clock in Tallinn.