Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Tallinn, Estonia: Stenbock House
The prime minister works out of this building, and so does the Chancelllery that follows the orders. The land once belonged to Count Jakob Stenbock, which is why it still bears his name almost 200 years after his death. He first put up a building that overlooked Tallinn.
By the way, the building has a plaque that salutes the government leaders who lost their lives during the era of Communist domination. Nice touch.
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