|Tallinn old Town -Unesco Heritage|
First thing to say is that Estonia has a long history as a country popular with invaders, it though has a proud history as a sovereign country - small (less than 1.5 m) but with a language and a vision (Growth of late is largely based on IT, companies creative use of high technologies like Skype are there 'calling cards, quite literally).
|The old Prison is now the Photography Museum|
Tallinn though does not neglect it's history and it's old town is a UNESCO heritage site full of historic buildings and museums (I liked the Photography museum in the old town jail!)
If you look into the population many of those who consider themselves Estonian are from other nations (Russia for example) .
Things like this make me sad to think the UK has because of some ignorant and ambitious Conservatives turned its back on the European project - I hope Tony Blair's intervention proves worthwhile - even the slower lane of the EU is better than Theresa May's Brexit means Brexit nonsense.
|Lots of visitors - some are on 'Hen' or 'Stag' weekends others visiting Churches|
There are many old churches to visit - more about eating in Tallinn in the nest day or two.
Been missing a few
My eye left the ball - but it's back