Medieval forts, which first appeared during the early development of the medieval city in the latter 13th century, surrounded the downtown to create a closed-o. defense zone. Constant additions and improvements meant that, by the 16th century, Tallinn boasted one of the most powerful and strongest defense systems in Northern Europe. The town wall was then 3m thick and 16m high, stretching 4km around the city, and connecting 46 defense towers. Today, 2km of the original wall and 26 of the towers remain intact.
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veve (4189) 2006-06-13 16:42
Nice place,beautiful colors!
agbonavita (0) 2006-06-13 18:59
Here in Brazil we have some old forts, but many are closed to visit. I like old archtecture, saw a place like that is like be in this time era.
I like the POV, it direct us tu the portal, that lead to the fort...
well done George!
Lynette (1615) 2006-08-03 9:49
Hi George, i love this medieval fort, nice pov and the colours compliment each other. Nice work. tfs.
: ) Lynette
paura (47184) 2011-05-09 15:36
O arco gótico que transpassa o paredão e apresenta um novo ambiente é um fino detalhe. Linda fotografia.