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.
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.
You can find good quality Estonian desing in public interior throughout the city - in hotels, restaurants and cafes. The selection of valued interiors has been put together by Estonian Design Centre and printed in Design Map that you can pick up at Tourist Information Centre.