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  • The closest stations to Linnahall are:
    • Linnahall is 165 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Kalarand is 399 meters away, 6 min walk

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Bus or Light Rail and other options are relevant public transportation alternatives that may be used to reach your destination. The following transit lines have routes that pass near Linnahall - Light Rail: 1, 2; Bus: 21, 3, 41.

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Linnahall, Tallinn
Linnahall, Tallinn Linnahall is a former concert/sports venue in Tallinn, Estonia. It is situated on the harbour, just beyond the walls of the Old Town and was completed in 1980. It is not to be confused with the primary administrative building of the municipal government (Raad) of Tallinn, sometimes referred to as the Town Hall. The 22nd Summer Olympic Games were hosted in Moscow in 1980. As inland Moscow had no suitable venue at which to stage the sailing event this task fell to Tallinn, the capital of then Estonian SSR. Apart from the main venue for the sailing event, Pirita Yachting Centre, a lot of other sports and entertainment facilities were built during preparations for the Olympics. One of them was V. I. Lenin Palace of Culture and Sport, which was later renamed to its present name - Linnahall. A large concrete structure, architects of Linnahall are Raine Karp and Riina Altmäe. The venue also features a heliport, with service to Helsinki, and a small port for Linda Line catamarans. The ice hall part of the venue closed in 2009 and the concert hall closed in 2010. The city searched for Investors from 2009-2015 and in 2015 Tallinn city council decided to renovate Linnahall. Analysis by experts, project description, procurement for design and construction services started in 2015 and is expected to be finalized in 2017. Renovation and construction is planned for 2018-2019 and scheduled to reopen sometime in 2019. All of this is stated on a sign outside the hall.
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