Facing south at Suurgildi plats (Great guild square). The wooden railing at left is at the front of Maiasmokk Café (Sweet tooth Café), located at Pikk 16. The church pictured here is Pühavaimu kirik (Holy Spirit church) and its clock dates back to 1684. Straight ahead, the Saiakang (White bread passage) leads to Raekoja plats (Town Hall square). This picture captures the same view as a photo in Ann Tenno's online album and also on Ann Tenno's website (anntenno.ee. Tallinn, Estonia; Monday 13 August 2001.
Mishawaka, Indiana; 6 June 2011
Fantastic capture - LIKE!
This was also the Sangamon County Courthouse from 1876 to 1966.
Would love to have it added to the Courthouse group!
Thanks for the information! I updated the title. I also like your picture of this building!
atthecottage, thanks so much for the update. That's very welcome news, and I'm so glad you shared it. And Maria A, I'm sure you are happy to learn this too.
Greetings LKistler, thank you for the compliment on the panorama views! Blessings, PM
Since the Google satellite image has been updated, the position of this sculpture was corrected in March 2012.
Marvelous colours and a lovely capture. Hello from Athens.
Greetings LKistler, Hungarian is another soft sounding language, like Finnish. Modifications to words are done by adding (stacking) prefix/suffix parts to the word, so you can end up with VERY long words sometimes as the word has several modifiers. In Estonian there is "simply" 16 different forms of nouns, as example. In Estonian modifiers are not added together. We only learned basic courtesy Hungarian while there for only a week. Blessings, PM