Das Tallinner Rathaus (estnisch Tallinna raekoda) ist eines der Wahrzeichen der estnischen Hauptstadt Tallinn. Es bildet das Zentrum der Altstadt, die zum UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe gehört.
Über die Lage und das Aussehen des ersten Rathauses in Tallinn gibt es nur Vermutungen. Ein Stadtrat bestand seit dem 13. Jahrhundert. Die Existenz eines Rathauses (consistorium) wird allerdings erst 1322 urkundlich erwähnt. An heutiger Stelle und in seiner jetzigen Form entstand das Rathaus zwischen 1402 und 1404. Es ist das einzige erhaltene Rathaus im gotischen Stil in Nordeuropa. Der Stadtrat Tallinns leitete von dort bis 1970 die Geschicke der Stadt, bevor er in ein modernes Gebäude umzog.
|Montag||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Dienstag||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Mittwoch||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Donnerstag||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Freitag||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Samstag||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Tomás Silva Queiroga | Dez. 25, 2017
Wonderful old Town square. During Xmas, there is a nice and lovely Xmas market. There are many restaurants around with different kinds of food. Really beautiful and staying in there is really pleasurable
Finley McDonald | März 1, 2018
Great building with quite a bit of history, though not much to see or do around it.
Sutowo Wong | Jan. 22, 2018
Nice architecture. Good blend of old and new
John Marsh | Juni 13, 2017
After a walking tour of old town Tallinn, we had time to ourselves. We chose to sit outside at a cafe across from the Tallinn Town Hall. It's an ideal observation point to watch people and the flow of life in this beautiful city. After refreshments, we walked and visited various shops, bookstores, curious, etc. - of which there are plenty. A satisfying day for an all too short visit to Tallinn.
john stannard | Sep. 14, 2017
Tallinn has to be seen to be believed. It has to be the most beautiful medieval town we have visited. We are definitely returning soon.
Sa Pr | März 14, 2018
Located next to the town hall square. It is the oldest town hall in the whole of the Baltic region and Scandinavia. Its construction started in the 13th century and was completed in the year 1404. The height of the tower is 64 metres.
Susanna Eklund | Mai 6, 2018
Medieval square with many restaurants. Always a great place to visit !
Emmanuel Budu Addo | Mai 30, 2018
This place is historic, with paintings of how the Estonians in the early years relied on the wisdom theories of the Bible to guide their justice system. It's amazing how this monument of more than a decade old has been preserved to almost it's original state. We were treated to some beautiful traditional vintage music. I liked the instruments and the joyfulness of the performance
Claudia King | Mai 24, 2018
Medieval, gothic structure dominates old town. Has soldier shaped weather vane spire. 1944 bomb hit weather vane. Replaced . There are steps up to the tower for a great view.
Helen Kalde | Mai 24, 2018
ℹ️ Last surviving gothic town hall in Northern Europe. Built in the 13th century. Located next to the town square, which is full of different restaurants. Very touristic place, but full of history. Worth the visit.;)
Maigi Design | Mai 25, 2018
Center of the old town of Tallinn. You haven't been in Tallinn if you haven't visited Town Hall Square.
Elise M | Juli 9, 2018
I went inside the town hall museum and it was a great way to learn a little bit about Tallinn’s history. The exhibition was quite short but also very inexpensive, so it was worth the ticket price. Note that entrance to the tower is a separate ticket.
Adrian Agus Setiawan | Juni 23, 2018
pretty okay. there is a good cafe that sells pie and soup. town hall tower which is worth to visit
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