Pikk Hermann or Tall Hermann (German: Langer Hermann) is a tower of the Toompea Castle, on Toompea hill in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The first part was built 1360–70. It was rebuilt (height brought to 45.6 metres (150 ft)) in the 16th century. A staircase with 215 steps leads to the top of the tower. The tower consists of ten internal floors and a viewing platform at the top.
Pikk Hermann tower is situated next to the Estonian Parliament building and the flag on the top of the tower at 95 metres (312 ft) above sea level is one of the symbols of the government in force.
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Maria Vahuri | Jul 24, 2017
Tall Hermann is historical flag tower. When Estonian flag is up there we are independent. When the flag walls we are in trouble. Flag us raised and taken down with sun in most times (or human hours during summer when sun is up very early and goes down very late), during the raising or taking down the flag anthem is played.
Rick J | May 27, 2017
A nice medieval tower turret, well worth a visit but check the opening times
Rachel W | Feb 26, 2018
Spatedn Kumar | Feb 18, 2017
Nothing special around the tower except the little park and good views. The views would be much better from the top of the tower, when they open for public.
Oliver A | Jul 31, 2017
Perfect place for sunset in Tallinn
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