Kiek in de Kök Museum and Bastion Tunnels
The museum, located in the cannon tower and bastion passages, introduces the genesis of Tallinn, its development, as well as the most important war events from the 13th to the 18th century.
This massive, 38m-high cannon tower houses an extensive museum of the town's fortifications, weapons and medieval-era life.
The mysterious passages in Tallinn’s earthwork fortifications were built along with the bastions in the 17th and 18th centuries to conceal the movement of soldiers, ammunition, and other equipment from the enemy. They were also used to monitor the enemy’s underground activities of planting mines.
The 1670s-era military tunnels that run beneath Toompea. www.linnamuuseum.ee/en/kiek-de-kok/visitor-info/
“Toompea Castle was erected on the foundations of the crumbling eastern wing of the fortress built on this site in the 13th and 14th centuries. Today the castle is home to the Riigikogu (the Estonian parliament).”
“The oldest active pharmacy in Europe, since 1422. The pharmacy also has a museum with Middle Age medicines and medical tools.”
“This spectacular, onion-domed structure perched atop Toompea Hill is Estonia's main Russian Orthodox cathedral.”
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“Closest Mall. Easy to go with public transport as well as electric scooter (bolt, citybee). It has many shops, restaurants, cinema... ”