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This Tallinn site is where the Olympic dream goes to die

Here on this blog we see a lot of hidden and semi-hidden places with little to no information freely available about them. That is not the case with Tallinn’s Linnahall. A vast abandoned function center overlooking the Baltic Sea, it is a familiar, if not necessarily pleasant, sight to tourists and locals alike. Access is […]

The dark underbelly of Hipstertown, Tallinn: Kalamaja’s abandoned village

Warning: This post has a very scary bunker in it! After spending Easter in Kuressaare, we headed back to Tallinn for one more night of youthful fun before returning home. The plan was to check out the up-and-coming district of Kalamaja and its infamous Patarei sea fortress-prison, but arriving there we saw that Patarei hadn’t […]

Beauté de Paris: Inside an abandoned mini mall on an Estonian island

The only town on Saaremaa island in Estonia, Kuressaare is a popular holiday destination for those with a mind for Baltic history and the great outdoors. It’s also where Team Intrigue spent their Easter holidays. Behind the picturesque facade of a medieval old town, long sandy beaches and silent pine forests, we discovered an edgier […]