Baltic Trip Photos: Second Installment

Marx lighter

Interestingly engraved lighter, belonging to one of the members of the Estonian Air Force who we met on our first night.

Simulated combat

Children simulating combat with plastic shields and swords.

Old and New Tallinn, night skyline

Old and New Tallinn, as viewed from atop the mysterious ice-rink containing Soviet structure we found.

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The entrance to a huge library.

Public art

Public art, close to the Occupation Museum.

Baltic Trip Photos: First Installment

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A stuffed orangtutan in Sarah’s mother’s living room, in Radlett.

Children we followed to the Town Hall Square

A group of reflective children Sarah and I followed from the bus stop to the Town Hall Square: nexus of Old Tallinn.

Warning sign near a hole

Warning sign outside the most intriguing hole we discovered in Tallinn.

The House of Parliament

The Estonian House of Parliament, in the Toompea.

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Sarah relaxing inside Kiek in de Kök; one of the medieval cannon towers.