• St Olaf's Church – Once the tallest building in the world, this church’s spire is striking in more ways than one. It’s been hit by lightning numerous times and burnt down on three occasions.• City Walls – Three quarters of the wall and half of the original towers are still intact and provide the perfect place to learn about Tallinn’s history. • Toompea Hill – The highest point in the city is from where it was defended and from where it is now ruled. Here you’ll find a wealth of interesting buildings including Toompea castle and Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. • Kadriorg Art Museum – Escape the city walls to a greener part of town and discover the district of Kadriorg. This museum is housed in Peter the Great’s former summer palace. • Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour – Saved from demolition in 2012, this former seaplane hangar now holds boats, planes and submarines used during the wars of the 1900s.
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