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Tallinn TownHall Square at night
Tallinn

The Town Hall Square is a city square beside Tallinn Town Hall at the center of Tallinn, Estonia. It's often the first point of excursions, the main place for meetings and concerts, wich are often occurs there.

There was a concert on the day when photograph had been done, but the stage had been taken to pieces and square had cleaned untill sunset. All of the restaurants could continue their calm work to midnight.

Copyright: Njifoo
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Taken: 07/05/2011
Uploaded: 13/05/2011
Updated: 20/05/2011
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