Against the backdrop of soaring electricity prices, the city must also find ways to save energy. As one measure, the winter lights will be switched off earlier than planned, and dismantling has already begun.
Among household waste, Tallinn residents are most often sorting paper and cardboard, returnable packaging and hazardous waste.
Tallinn has set a target to create an uninterrupted park area of almost nine kilometres on the edge of the cliffs bordering Lasnamäe, Kesklinn and...
Last year, 2,305 marriages were concluded in Tallinn Civil Registry Office, with the oldest groom aged 85 and the oldest bride 74. July and August were the most popular months for marriages, with nearly 360 marriages in each month.
Applications to receive compensation to mitigate the increase in electricity, gas and district heating costs in Tallinn can be submitted from Monday, January 17.
Free rapid testing will continue after 16 January at the Covid prevention centres in Vabaduse Square and Lindakivi Cultural Centre, and four city’s Covid prevention centres will continue to offer vaccinations without prior registration.
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Source: European Commission On January 15th, the French city of Grenoble will officially become the European Green Capital for 2022, taking over from...
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Tallinn is adopting a digital transport model that will help predict the mobility needs of the population and make planning of urban transport and urban space in general more efficient.