"Tallinn Town Hall" Town Hall Tip by Avieira67
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This building, built in 1404, is the only surviving Gothic Town Hall in Northern Europe, and is one of the most famed symbols of Tallinn.
In 1402-1404, the building was substantially reconstructed. The exterior we know today dates from this period, and the basic room plan has also been preserved, as it was reconstructed for hosting receptions.
The second floor was and still is the main floor, where the Citizen`s Hall, the Council Hall, a small kitchen and chancery are located and where festive receptions and concerts are held, just as they were in the Medieval days of yore. The three-nave cellar hall is open to citizens and guests today as an exhibit hall.
Tallinn Town Hall and Cellar Hall are open: 01.07-31.08
Cellar Hall open: 17.05-30.06, 01.09-15.10
Closed: 01.04-16.05, 23-24.06, 30.07, 20.08, 16.10-31.03
Entrance to the Town Hall Tower 15.05-31.08 EVERY DAY at 11-18
Closed: 01.04-14.05, 23-24.06, 20.08, 01.09-31.03
Address: Raekoja Plats
Directions: In the very heart of the Old Town - if you wander around the narrow streets and alleys of the Lower Old Town you're bound to end up here eventually..;-)
Phone: (+ 372) 6457900
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