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    Fairytale courtyards in Tallinn Old Town

    From the second Advent, beloved fairy tales are brought to life with the help of light and sound installations, which decorate a total of seven courtyards and streets of the old town. The courtyard of Hopner's house, the courtyard of the French Institute, the courtyard of Catherine's Church, Raekoja street, the square in front of Sõprus cinema, Green market park on Pikk street and Saiakangi street will be decorated with a fairy-tale decoration. The following stories await discovering: Sleeping Beauty, Bluebeard, Cinderella, Snow White, Nightingale, Aladdin's Magic Lamp and Antoine de Saint-Exupery's The Little Prince.
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