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Toomkooli street
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Toompea Castle
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State Hall
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Toompea Castle Square
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White Hall
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Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (1900)
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Tall Hermann tower
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Toompea hill
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The Dome Cathedral of Tartu
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