Tallinn is situated on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland and its coastline is about 45 km. Parks, gardens and its green belt cover 31% of its territory.
Historically, Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is quite a unique place. It is because of its medieval Old City, characterized by narrow, curved streets and tiled roofs. The first records about Tallinn date back to the beginning of this millennium. During its long and eventful history Tallinn has been a remarkable centre of craftsmen, artists and merchants in Europe, belonging to the Hanseatic League.
Today's Tallinn, a city of about half a million inhabitants, is the political, economical and cultural centre of Estonia.
11th International DAAAM Baltic Conference will be held in Tallink City Hotel. (21.04) and in Tallinn University of Technology (22.04)