Tallinn Town Hall was home to the city's authorities for more than 700 years. It's genesis is dated to the 1230s, when a permanent settlement of craftsmen and merchants started to form in the Lower Town of Tallinn.
Tallinn Town Hall is the only surviving Gothic town hall in Northern Europe. The construction started in the 13th century; it was completed in its current form in 1404. The city government worked in the Town Hall until 1970.
Today, the Town Hall is still a prominent building, welcoming guests as a concert hall and a museum. You can book a guided tour, as well as visit the tower.
The National Registry of Cultural Monuments.