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|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...||11/29/2005||595|
|Tallink Cargo operates two large ferries and one ro-pax ship between Helsinki and Tallinn round the year. We offer several departures daily from both sides.|
Tallink Cargo also operates between Sweden and Estonia with ro-pax ship m/s Regal Star, m/s Vana Tallinn (from Paldiski to Kapellskär), m/s Victoria and m/s Regina Baltica (from Tallinn to Stockholm).
|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||11/29/2005||631|
|This is the airport of the Estonian capital, Tallinn.||08/26/2005||520|
|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.||08/23/2005||623|
|1. US Bank Tower|
2. Aon Tower
3. Two California Plaza
4. Gas Company Tower
5. ARCO Center
6. 777 Tower
7. Wells Fargo Tower
8. Figueroa at Wilshire
9. Bank of America Tower
10.Paul Hastings Tower
|This tower is the 4th tallest telecommunication tower in the world (behind CN Tower (Toronto), Ostankino Tower (Russia) and Oriental Pearl Tower (Shanghai)).|
It has an observatory on the 276m/905f level and also a revolving restaurant.
|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 Saint Petersburg TV Tower is a 310 metre high lattice steel tower in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It was built in 1962 and was the first TV tower in the Soviet Union. It is used for FM- and TV-broadcasting.|
The Saint Petersburg TV Tower features an observation platform at a height of 191 m. The tower is located at 3 Ulitsa Akademika Pavlova. The nearest metro station is Petrogra...
|Sydney Tower (formerly known as the AMP Tower, AMP Centrepoint Tower, Centrepoint Tower or just Centrepoint) is Sydney and Australia's tallest free-standing structure, as well as the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere (after Auckland's Sky Tower). The tower stands 305 metres above the central business district. The observation deck, which is open to the public, is 250 m...||08/27/2005||759|
|Yellow Crane Tower is an historic tower, often rebuilt, that stands on Snake HillYellow Crane Tower itself is a famous tower at the bank of Yangtze River in the city of Wuhan, central China. Tourists can obtain a fine view of the Yangtze River from the top of the tower. Yellow Crane Tower is considered one of the Four Great Towers of China.||11/22/2006||495|
|The WITI Tower was completed in August of 1962 and was briefly the tallest free-standing tower in the world, rising 1078 feet. (Tokyo Tower had been the world's tallest, and after the construction of WITI's tower, it added additional members to regain the title.) For many years, it was the tallest free-standing tower in the United States. The Bentley Company was the foundation contractor for th...||04/15/2007||673|