It conjures within the mind a crumbling Mesoamerican Mayan ancient square-topped pyramid, but the fading appreciation of Tallinn’s Linnahall, which encapsulates the height of modernist architecture, has become an imposing concrete ghost town. It remains due to societal changes in values and demands, along with its associations with Estonia’s troubled Soviet past, a thorn in the city’s side.
Linnahall’s elegant and striking design, which emerges out from Tallinn’s seafront harbor forming a link to the city’s old town, without obstructing...
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