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Norde Centrum is a shopping centre located in central Tallinn, between the main passenger port and old town, next to the main traffic routes. Norde Centrum was opened in 2002 and with 10,000 visitors per day it remains one of the most visited shopping centers in central Tallinn.
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Shopping center with eating places, shops for buying gifts and souvenirs, clothes. There is a big supermarket RIMI for buying food, open long time, until 23.00
All you need is food and some other stuff. You can get it all from this freshly renovated place.
A location close to the Passenger Port's D-terminal makes this shopping centre convenient for anyone heading out on one of the Tallink ferries. Nautica Centre has approximately 60 shops, new leisure and entertainment facilities and extensive dining options.
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“Tallinn’s biggest multiplex has 11 screens equipped with world-class sound systems and seats that take comfort to a new level! It not only shows films from all over the world but also live broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera and London National Theatre. Those who like watching films in a more private setting will appreciate the exclusive 40-seat A. Le Coq Suite.”
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“ The Museum of Estonian Architecture has a permanent exhibition of the models of the city, providing an overview of Estonian architecture in the 20th century. In order to supplement the exhibition, the museum has ordered new models and brought out old ones from its storage from time to time, keeping the exhibition fresh.”
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“I recommend Bonaparte Cafe for Breakfast and Lunch. It is on the Foorum shopping street. ”
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“Author of the restaurant's kaleidoscopic interior design is Soho Fond, whose original work is widely recognised by the local community. The historical building once accommodated one of Estonia's most loved writers Oskar Luts, who wrote here his bestseller "The Spring” (“Kevade”). ”
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