Zoutang Mountain, a limestone hill in the centre of Tallinn, is about 20-30 meters above the city. It is the seat of the Estonian government and parliament. Entering the old city of Tallinn, you can walk up to the Tangshan Mountain for 15 minutes. The viewing platform overlooks the old city of Tallinn, with its red-roofed old house in the vicinity and blue Baltic Sea in the distance. There are many historic buildings on the hill. There are famous ancient castles, medieval cathedrals and large Orthodox churches.
Toompea Castle, with a view of the Tarim. The whole Upper Town, also known as the Church Hill, is named for the Notre Dame Mary Cathedral. The area where the Church is located, besides government agencies, foreign embassies, official residences, there are several viewing terraces, which can enjoy the whole city of Tallinn and the port of Tallinn. To appreciate the scenery of Tallinn, you must come to the viewing platform located in the four corners of Zhetang Mountain, where you can not only enjoy the Old Town of Tallinn, but also see Helsinki, Finland, across the Baltic Sea in good weather.
Zongtangshan overlooks the whole Old Town of Tallinn, which is a little difficult to find. But be sure to go, or you won't see the Times we had slogan. The Seagull was parked on the railings when he went, and he was not afraid of life. Tourists pressed the shutter and he posed there.
Situated in the west of the center of Tallinn, Estonia's capital, it is a nearby commanding high point, 20 or 30 meters higher than other places. Standing here, it overlooks the whole city. The old red buildings are in full view. The churches and other buildings in the distance form beautiful scenery, which is worth seeing.
Chuntangshan in the old city of Tallinn, in the southwest corner. In ancient times, it was interesting that different rulers managed this area and the lower-lying areas, and that different laws and regulations were enforced. It's not difficult to climb the mountain from the center of the ancient city. It's only about ten minutes away. It's a good view of the whole city.
Zongtangshan, also known as Tompea Castle, is a building on the top of the hill in the city of Tallinn. It is more suitable than a castle. In fact, the palace is more suitable. The whole building consists of a tower, a pink palace and a large garden. It is a place with beautiful scenery, fresh air and very comfortable.
The Upper Town, located on the hillside of the Old Town of Talin, retains many historic buildings, including the famous castle of Toompea and the largest Orthodox Church in Talin (Alexander Nevsky Cathedral). Churches are accessible, and castles are part of the Estonian Parliament and are inaccessible.
In Estonian folklore, the powerful Tom Pea Hill, which rises 30 meters in other parts of the city, is said to be Kalev's great king. His wife, Linda, paid tribute to Carlefe after his death. She sat on it and cried. Tears formed Lake Ulmister. Toompea Hill has always occupied a special place in the conscience of the citizens of Tallinn, from which the city has been ruled - from the first wooden fortress built in the ninth century to the incarnation of today's Tumpenia Castle, which is the representative of the Estonian Parliament.