Tallinn City Hall Square is located in the old city of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The city hall building is the only Gothic City Hall in the Nordic region and the oldest city hall in the Baltic States. We went there on New Year's Day. Every year, the symbolic Christmas tree shines in the center of the square. There are many small market stalls selling local snacks and souvenirs on the square. There are many bars and restaurants near the square. We have dinner at the OLD HANSA Estonian restaurant nearby.
Tallinn City Hall, located near Lakoya Square, is a Gothic building built in the early 14th century. There is a sun clock in the city hall. It is very beautiful. It can still work normally now. Every time it comes to the whole time, it will ring a melodious bell, which attracts many tourists to watch. This building is a landmark of the city. It stands on the top of the building and overlooks the whole city. There are many bars and restaurants near the City Hall Square. Citizens enjoy their leisure life.
Tallinn City Hall is the center of the old city of Tallinn. It is not a yellow and white building with a long history. There is a sun clock in the city hall. It is very beautiful. It can still work normally now. Every time it comes to the whole time, it will ring a melodious bell, which attracts many tourists to watch.
Tallinn's City Hall, just beside the city's central square, is now basically a museum. You need to buy tickets to visit. The price is not expensive. It introduces the history of Tallinn, and it's interesting to see. Go out and turn right. There is a famous online red shop. Be sure to try soup and sausage.
TALLINN TOWN HALL Tallinn Town Hall Square is in the center of the old city, almost occupied by restaurants, bars and stalls. It's summer, with blue sky and white clouds, and flowers everywhere, tourists come in endlessly. When we went there was a folk dance performance in the square. The city hall, known as TOWN HALL, is a rare Gothic building preserved in northern Europe. It was built in the early 15th century. The city hall looks vicious, old and medieval. Tourists can buy tickets and wait for more than 100 steps to get a bird's eye view of the old city.
The old city of Tallinn, the new city and the old city of Estonia are also divided into the upper and lower cities. The lower city is the residence of businessmen and handicraftsmen. There is Lakoya Square. On the square stands an octahedral tower, the municipal building. On the top of the tower stands the statue of the patron saint of Old Thomas, which is the symbol of Tallinn City.