Town hall, Tallinn County
the town hall is located in the center of old town on old town square (raekoda plats). originally built in the 13th century the building you see today was built between 1402-1404. for centuries the town hall was used as meeting room and warehouse. in the 17th century a late reniassance tower was added to the building. in 1944 the soviets bombed tallinn and the tower was destroyed. it was rebuilt shortly after the war. open to the public.
The town hall is situated in town hall square in the old town the current building was completed in 1404 although records show that there has been a town hall situated at this site since 1322. You can climb the tower for free May-August and can visit inside the town hall in July and August.
The town hall as you would expect is situated next to th town hall square. The current building was completed in 1404 however records indicate that another town hall was situated at this site but in a different building as far back as 1322. in the summer months May - August you can climb the town hall tower free of charge from 11 - 6. the town hall itself is opened 10-4 mon-sat in july and august
Tallinn`s late Gothic Town Hall is the most recogniseable symbol of the city and is recognized throughout Europe as a unique architectural treasure.
Construction began on the central square at the beginning of 13th century and was completed in 1404.
The Town Hall in Tallin was finalized in 1404 and stands as an impressive front to the town Hall Square in the Old town. It is the oldest gothic town hall in northern Europe and is open to visitors daily (or maybe closed sundays) during the summer and the rest of the year after appointment. I understand you may enter the tower if you want to, but mind the bells!
Tallinn`s late Gothic Town Hall building is one of the most famed symbols of the city.
The Town Hall was established on the central square, probably at the beginning of 13th century. In 1402-1404, the building was substantially reconstructed.
Tallinn's civic life has been centred here at the southern edge of Town Hall Square since 1341, but the imposing Gothic building of today dates to 1404. Old Thomas, the weather vane who symbolises Tallinn, has been keeping watch since 1530. The town hall is still used for state functions and is often closed to the public.
This gothic building is builded at 1402-1404. At the top you may see city's mascot guard old Thomas.