Danish King's Garden (Estonian: Taani kuninga aed) is a park in Tallinn Old Town, Estonia.
The park is the place where the flag of Denmark, Dannebrog, according to tradition, is said to have been born. Every year on 15 June, Dannebrog or the Day of the Danish Flag is celebrated in the garden.
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ramyakrishna jayanthi | Apr 14, 2018
Very well kept, along with the museum and cafe is a very good experience, I would give it at least 2-3 hours.. so much history is there
Anja Ravn | Feb 18, 2018
As a dane it was interesting to see the spot where Dannebrog, our national flag, "descended from heaven" as the story goes...
Maria Vahuri | Jul 24, 2017
This is a small garden area full of history. The legend says that Danish flag was born here. Danes were surrounded by Estonians and were in a losing stand when the leader of Danes asked help from God and red flag with white cross fell from heaven (or over the wall) distracting Estonians and helping Danes to use that to win. There is a museum in one of the towers and cafe in another. Garden area itself has a nice view on lower part of Old Town. There are huge black iron sculptures of hooded figures there as well so do not be spooked when visiting in the dark.
sten erm | Nov 5, 2017
En route down the stairs, near the knight - great place for some parkour! See if you can up the wall ;) I did it a few times
Alen Krapež | Sep 20, 2017
Very cool place above the Old Town. You have to climb the steep stairs to the bar, which is quite nice. It would have great view over the city, if it wasn't for the trees in front.
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