The Old Town in Tallinn has so many exquisite doors that I wonder if I’ll ever have seen them all. You could also call them Medival Doors.
Tallinn has some really cool street/wall art going on in the city. The best place to see it is the Telliskivi neighbourhood.
I hope you don’t get bored with me as I always seem to post doors from Tallinn. Here’s another collection.
Have you roamed all the streets in Tallinn’s Old Town? Are you craving something totally different? Then let me suggest a visit to Telliskivi – a hip former factory area!
I promise this will be the last of my Tallinn doors for a while!
Tallinn has an so many interesting doors, especially in the Old Town. I always discover new ones when I visit.
This week I have a collection of brown doors from Tallinn for you.
Haapsalu’s gorgeous railway station is fit for a Tzar. And of course it is, as it was built with the Tzar and his family in mind. The resort town of Haapsalu was, after all, one of their favourite summer spots.
Those of you who read my Highgate Cemetery post or spotted Captiva’s Historic Cemetery in one of my Florida posts, know that I like to seek out cemeteries on my travels.
Two weeks have flown by so fast once again. I guess I’m not capable of writing a weekly post like this anymore! My highlights have been visiting Tallinn and exploring new restaurants.