This tower of over 1,000 feet (314 meters) is the tallest structure in Estonia, standing proudly in the skyline as a banner of the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympics.. Construction of the giant tower
Tere tulemast! Tallinna Teletornis on Põhja-Euroopa kõrgeim avatud vaateplatvorm - see on elamus mida peab kogema!
lattice tower: 1937 was the tallest structure in Northern Europe. Blown up in 1941 Pärnu TV Mast: 196 m (643 ft) Pärnu: 1963: lattice tower: When built in 1963, it was the tallest structure in Estonia. Tallinn TV Mast: 192 m (630 ft) Tallinn: 1955: lattice tower
Welcome! Tallinn TV Tower has Northern Europe’s highest open viewing platform – an experience that can’t be missed! Open from Wed-Sun 12-21.
The TV Tower facility is located in a peaceful neighbourhood 10km from the centre of Tallinn. Free parking available on site. Legal space Data protection is covered by Estonian law which adheres to European Union law. We are legally obligated to follow standards, procedures and security measures.
Tallinn TV Tower is the highest existing building in the Estonian capital. It is a freestanding building, which was constructed to provide better telecommunications. It was built in 1980. The TV tower has an observation desk, which promises the best view of the city. The tower has 314 m height. The viewing platform lies at a height of 170 metres.
Employee story Anna Pietrzak Hedman; Employee story Esa Äärelä; Employee story Kati Perttilä; Employee story Paulina Erlandsson; Employee story Stella Gustafsson
The Tallinn TV Tower is in Pirita, quite a distance from the old town. You can take the bus 34A from the bus depot under the Viru Hotel/Mall downtown. Should take about 20 minutes each way. There is
The Tallinn Television Tower in Pirita is the tallest building in Tallinn and Estonia at 314 metres. The TV Tower is a great tourist, culture, and leisure centre. Waiting for you at the tower: - …