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Tallinn city-owned representative buildings

Tallinna raekoda

Tallinn City owned representative buildings

Roosikrantsi residence

Roosikrantsi Residence, an outstanding example of functionalist architecture by renowned Estonian architect Olev Siinmaa is hidden in a quiet courtyard in the heart of the city, Roosikrantsi street 4b.

The elegant hall on the first floor and smaller meeting rooms on the second floor can be used for meetings and trainings.
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Roosikrantsi residents

Jaan Poska House

Jaan Poska's house is the former home of Jaan Poska, Estonia's first foreign minister and head of the Estonian delegation during the Tartu peace negotiations, after which Soviet Russia formally recognized Estonia's independence in 1920. This paved the way for international recognition of Estonia as a sovereign state.

Jaan Poska House is located in Kadriog, Poska street 8. The festive atmosphere of Jaan Poska's house is suitable for receptions, salon evenings and representative meetings, as well as chamber concerts.

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Särgava Guest House

Särgava Guest House, former summer residence of K. Wellner, the great owner of the legendary chocolate factory KaWe, is located in Pirita-Kose, Särgava allee 4.

The cozy rooms of the guest house are suitable for festive lunches and dinners, meetings and trainings.
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Särgava külalistemaja

Tallinn Town Hall

Tallinn Town Hall (anno 1322) is the historical symbol of the city. The management of the city worked here until 1970. Today the Town Hall functions as the ceremonial building of the city government.
The unique interior of the oldest town hall in Northern Europe gives solemnity, dignity and weight to any official ceremony and reception.

The Town Hall is a great venue for a marriage registration ceremony if you're looking for a unique and solemn venue but don't want a church wedding. The Town Hall is also a popular concert venue.
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Tallinna raekoda Foto Toomas Tuul 2009 VisitTallinn web.jpg