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Tallinn TV Tower, Estonia
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The TV Tower was officially opened in 1980, just before the beginning of the olympic games. The tower was closed to the public in 2007 due to fire safety requirements. The tower was reopened in April 2012. The picture is taken on the 21st floor, at the height of 170m.

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