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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).
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Noun1.Tallin - a port city on the Gulf of Finland that is the capital and largest city of EstoniaTallin - a port city on the Gulf of Finland that is the capital and largest city of Estonia
Esthonia, Estonia, Republic of Estonia - a republic in northeastern Europe on the Baltic Sea
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NEIL LENNON saluted another professional performance after Celtic completed their Tallin job and moved a step closer to the group stages of the Champions League.
Ibraimi did his best against Nomme, scoring both their goals - a penalty that sealed a 1-0 away win in Tallin then another which put them ahead on aggregate at home before Kalju conjured up a stoppage-time stunner.
We took a boat from Helsinki for a day trip in Tallin, a Medieval city in Estonia.
CURLING: Women's European Championships (Eurosport 1, 10am) and Men's European Championships (Eurosport 1, 2pm), both in Tallin, Estonia.
The three remaining Cypriot clubs in the Europa League, Apoel, Apollon and AEK are thrown into action on Thursday night in their second leg ties of the second qualifying round of the competition against Flora Tallin, FK E'eljezniyiar and Dundalk, with all three favourites to get through to the next round.
The new stop over fares allow customers to enjoy a two-centre city break, for the price of one, in economy class for travel via Helsinki to a selection of destinations, including Stockholm, St Petersburg and Tallin.
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Bratislava is the only city in Europe offering such an attraction apart from Tallin, Estonia.
Flag-waving Estonians watched the parade in capital Tallin, with about 11,000 soldiers and hundreds of vehicles from both the domestic army and other Nato countries taking part in a show of strength.
While speaking at the Tallin University in Estonia on a tour of several Baltic states before joining a second week of climate talks in Poland, Ban added that the super tycoon should also serve as a warning to mankind.