List of tallest buildings in Estonia

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This is a list of tallest buildings in Estonia. All buildings over 50 m (164 ft) are listed.

Completed buildings[edit]

Rank Name Image Location Height Floors Year Notes Refs
1 St. Olaf's church St Olaf's church, Tallinn, July 2008.jpg Tallinn 123.7 m (406 ft) 1519 Was the tallest building in the world 1549–1625 with height 159 m (522 ft)
2 Swissotel Tallinn Tallinn 117 m (384 ft) 30 2007
3 Tornimäe Business Centre Tallinn 117 m (384 ft) 30 2006
4 St. Nicholas' Church Niguliste kirik 2009.jpg Tallinn 105 m (344 ft) 1275 Renovated in 1984
5 Radisson Blu Hotel Tallinn Tallinn 103 m (338 ft) 25 2001
6 SEB main building SEB Building in Tallinn.jpg Tallinn 94 m (308 ft) 24 1999
7 Tigutorn Emajõgi Tartus1.JPG Tartu 89.92 m (295 ft) 23 2008
8 Radisson Blu Hotel Olympia Postcard Tallinn 84 m (276 ft) 28 1980
9 City Plaza Tallinn Kompassi1.jpg Tallinn 78 m (256 ft) 23 2004
10 Sokos Hotel Viru Viru Hotel from Tammsaare park.jpg Tallinn 74 m (243 ft) 23 1972
11 Maakri Maja Maakri subdistrict Tallinn April 2005.jpg Tallinn 72 m (236 ft) 20 2003
12 Osten Tor Tondi tänava algus.jpg Tallinn 55.6 m (182 ft) 16 2006
13 Fahle Maja Tselluloosi- ja paberivabriku tselluloositsehh 2.jpg Tallinn 55 m (180 ft) 14 2006
14 Nordea Maja Nordea Maja Tallinn 01 08 2011.jpg Tallinn 54.2 m (178 ft) 14 2009
15-17 Ministry of Finance Rahandusministeeriumi peahoone.JPG Tallinn 52 m (171 ft) 14 1977 [1]
15–17 Emajõe Business Centre Emajõe Business Centre.jpg Tartu 52 m (171 ft) 15 1998
15–17 Postimees Building Tallinn 52 m (171 ft) 14 2000
15–17 Pirita tee 26f Tallinn 2009 tourist pictures 0033.JPG Tallinn 52 m (171 ft) 16 2003
18 EPA Torn Tartu 50 m (164 ft) 16 1976
18 Sõpruse pst 222 Tallinn 50 m (164 ft) 17 1991
18 Kalevipoja põik 10 Tallinn 50 m (164 ft) 17 1989
18 P. Pinna 19 Tallinn 50 m (164 ft) 17 1982
18 J. Koorti 18 EU-EE-TLN-LAS-Laagna-15-storey living house.JPG Tallinn 50 m (164 ft) 17 1992

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Skyscraper. "Ministry of Finance (Rahandusministeerium)". Skyscraper.com. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 

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