from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital and largest city of Estonia, in the northwest part of the country 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 became the capital of independent Estonia in 1919 and was the capital of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (1940-1991). Population: 397,000.
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- proper n. The capital of Estonia.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a port city on the Gulf of Finland that is the capital and largest city of Estonia
TALLINN - The Baltic republic of Estonia announced the first public share offer in its post-Soviet history, putting up for sale a 49 percent stake in a department store in its capital Tallinn.
TALLINN - There are quite a few shops in Tallinn, ...
TALLINN - The annual Christmas market in Tallinn w ...
TALLINN - Those who follow the Tallinn party sce ...
TALLINN - Clawfinger performed in Tallinn, in the ...
TALLINN - It's encouraging to see how Tallinn is d ...
TALLINN - In a yearly effort to combat the ever present darkness, Tallinn residents gear up for their Festival of Lights.
TALLINN - An Estonian Court has acquitted four men over their suspected role in organizing the Bronze Soldier riots that tore through Tallinn last year.
TALLINN - While walking along the streets in Tallinn, there is a good chance that ...
TALLINN - The Occupation Museum in Tallinn cheered ...
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