During the 1980 Olympics at Moscow, which was boycotted by most western states because of the Soviet Union's recent invasion in Afghanistan, the sailing competitions were held at this marina in the baltic city of Tallinn, now (again) capital of indepedent Estonia.
Reval Hotel Olümpia, Tallinn is the most versatile business and conference hotel in Estonia. It has the ultimate venue for one-on-one business meetings or conferences for up to 1000 delegates. Reval Hotel Olümpia, Tallinn is one of the landmarks of the capital. The hotel was built in 1980 for the yachting regatta of the 22nd Olympic Games and it was completely renovated by 1997. It has an impr...
The Estonian Parliament is housed in the Toompea Castle.It is one of Estonia’s oldest and grandest architectural groupings. Built in the 13th to the 14th centuries, the castle is situated on the steep limestone coast, 50 meters above sea level. It is one of the most potent symbols of reigning power, conquered over the centuries by various nations
Tallinn Zoo has one of the most exciting collections in Scandinavia.Established in 1939, the zoo is home to over 5,400 animals, representing nearly 350 species. The zoo has many rare creatures from temperate and Arctic zones, as well as animals from more exotic climes
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is Tallinn’s largest and grandest cupola cathedral.
The large, richly decorated Orthodox church, in mixed historicist style, was built on Toompea Hill in 1900, when Estonia was part of the Russian tsarist empire. The architect of the church was Mikhail Preobrazhenski from St. Petersburg. The church is dedicated to the Prince of Novgorod, Alexander Yaro...
The St.Nicholas Church - currently an interesting museum and concert venue - has three of the four most important Medieval works of art in Estonia on display. The impressive 13th-century church houses a concert hall as well as museum dedicated to church art.
The M/S Estonia was a Roll-On Roll-Off car and passenger ferry built in 1979 at the German shipyard Meyer Werft in Papenburg. The M/S Estonia sank on September 28, 1994 at about 00:55 to 01:50 (UTC+2) en route from Tallinn, Estonia to Stockholm, Sweden. Out of the total 989 people on the ship only 137 were saved. The direct cause of the accident was the failure of locks on the bow vi...
From the Hualamphong train station then get down at Don Mung train station then take Aircondition bus number 538 or get down at Rangsit train station. After take Aircondition bus number 1156.
Take an Aircondition bus number 523 at the northern bus terminal
Stuttgart Main station was built between 1914 and 1927 by Paul Bonatz. It has 17 tracks und in the lower level the regional train station (S-Bahn) and the underground. Actual plans called Stuttgart 21 are plans to build a new train station completely under the earth.
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