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Winter break in Tallinn

The Estonian capital can expect to see more than 80 snowy days between now and spring. Make the most of a short break amid white-blanketed medieval rooftops and Old Town lanes with this highlights guide.
Twenty of Tallinn’s original 46 guard towers still stand


Kumu £

(; A Weizenbergi 34, near Kadriorg Park)

This futuristic looking, seven-storey building is a spectacular structure of limestone, glass and copper, nicely integrated into the landscape. Kumu (the name is short for kunstimuuseum, or 'art museum') contains everything from venerable painted altarpieces to the work of more contemporary Estonian artists, such as Adamson-Eric.

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