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Tal·linn

also Tal·lin  (tăl′ĭn, tä′lĭn)
The capital and largest city of Estonia, in the northwest part on the Gulf of Finland opposite Helsinki, Finland. A major port, Tallinn was a possession of the Livonian Knights (1346-1561) and Sweden (1561-1710) before being formally ceded to Russia (1721). It was the capital of independent Estonia (1919-1940) and of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (1940-1991).

Tallinn

(ˈtælɪn) or

Tallin

n
(Placename) the capital of Estonia, on the Gulf of Finland: founded by the Danes in 1219; a port and naval base. Pop: 384 000 (2005 est). German name: Reval

Tal•linn

or Tal•lin

(ˈtɑ lɪn, ˈtæl ɪn)

n.
the capital of Estonia, on the Gulf of Finland. 499,800.
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In October 2008, the scientists from 14 countries assembled at Tallinn University of Technology to participate in the 11th Baltic Electronics Conference (BEC2008).
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Swedish network equipment maker Ericsson (STO:ERIC B) has wrapped up the acquisition of the manufacturing operations of Finnish communication equipment producer Elcoteq SE (HEL:ELQAV) in Tallinn, Elcoteq said on Monday.
As a result of the initiative of AHMT (Arbeitskreis der Hochschullehrer fur Messtechnik) and the Department of Electronics at Tallinn University of Technology, opening of the memorial board of Thomas Johann Seebeck took place in Tallinn on May 11, 2007, in his city of birth (1770) and childhood.