But the views that I saw from there... I wouldn't remember any of them without taking photos. And here they are. So this is another less blocky post about Tallinn and it's pearl Old Town.
That should be Aegna island.
Low and flat grey Linnahall, which was called Lenin Culture and Sports Palace in soviet time. It was opened in 1981 or so, now increasingly derelict. Still not sure whether this will be demolished or not.
After taking the previous photo, somebody called me! It was my mother and she told me that we have new president from today! I was probably thinking that I would like to pass the other three corners first before I can think about anything.
Huge Lasnamäe wall far away... Such a scale!
Four Lasnamäe towerblocks. And something is being built in the Rotermanni quarter. That areas was filled with nice modern houses and was turned into a restaurant+shopping area, also for exhibitions. Nice place to visit, and it's not a big area. It is possible to walk "up" to a roof of some house, I mean, there is like kind of artificial hill covered with streets where everybody can walk.
The building of Swissotel high towers is nearly finished, they were opened next year after three years of building.
Old city wall with towers and a nice (different from others) catholic church.
Mere avenue and Rotermann quarter behind that.
Lai street coming towards St. Olaf church.
I refused to look down for a second! I just turned my camera down and later looked at that in my computer. Oh, that ugly grey house on top of the photo (on Pagari street) is renovated by now and is very beautiful, light green with yellow details.
Väike-Õismäe towers seen from far away (6 km).