After the previous photos and recalling my memories from rain, I decided to go and see the area more comprehensively.
Can it be that this tree is really that much taller?
There's a long row of houses at Asula (can be translated as Settlement) street. A pre-block-area from 1950's I think.
I tried to catch the plane.
Without the plane.
This one looks so old and cozy.
I stepped between the buildings. Pärnu road is in the right, behind the buildings.
This is an interesting example. Obviously they tried to fill the gap with something similar. I think this was built around 2000, maybe even 2005.
And as a final part of the street: a true block! Even better: a unique one!
Reached the Magdaleena hospital again, first time ever in this side. It is a very beautiful building.
Walking towards Pärnu road.
The reddish house is already on the other side of Pärnu road. There's an embassy here.
But I turned around and went to the other direction, seeing many interesting buildings and enjoyable streetviews.
When taking this photo, I saw that a doubledecker red tourist bus went by! They probably thought that they were not the only tourists exploring around there.
This is really beautiful.
This is so stylish!
I reached Tondi street.
With this, yet another unknown corner of Tallinn was discovered. There are many many more...