TALLINN - After months of debate over the construction of an annex to Tallinn's Viru Hotel, the municipality has hired an international team of city development experts to help settle the issue. The group, which is conducting a three-month study on plans to develop the Estonian capital, will decide whether a permit for the proposed annex should be issued. Deputy Mayor Kalev Kallo said a UNESCO report assessing the risks of real estate development to Tallinn's historic center does not concern the Viru Hotel. If the planned annex does go ahead, Kallo said, the Old Town will not be struck ...
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