A brand new map introducing Tallinn’s modern architecture

26. June 2012

“A guide to contemporary architecture in Tallinn” is a brand new map introducing the city’s modern architecture.
Tallinn has a significant amount of historic buildings next to more recent contemporary architecture.

This map or short guide-book, guides the visitor through modern parts of Tallinn, highlighting the best of contemporary works and pointing out also the 30s building boom  and 80s creations built for the Moscow Olympics. (The sailing part of the Olympic games in 1980 took place in Tallinn, Pirita harbour).  

The map has seven routes each containing 10 architecturally significant objects. Cafes, restaurants, play areas for kids, markets and other places are pointed out on the map. 

The architecture map is on sale at Tallinn Tourist Information Centre, Kumu Art Museum, Seaplane Harbour, Tallinn TV Tower, Estonian Architecture Museum, bookshop Rahva Raamat and many other places.


Find out more at www.arhitektuurikeskus.ee.