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Discover medieval treasures, charming cobbled streets and Baroque castles in this northern, Baltic country. In Tallinn you will find one of Europe’s best preserved Old Towns, as well as Imperial Russian and Soviet architecture. For an excellent glimpse into the city’s history, visit Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the city’s largest cathedral, then stop at St. Mary’s Cathedral, the oldest church in mainland Estonia, or tour Kadriorg Palace, built by Peter the Great, and Toompea Castle, a 9th century citadel that today houses the Parliament of Estonia. In Tallinn you will also find Kumu, an art museum displaying Estonian and international art and one of the largest art museums in Northern Europe. In Narva, on Estonia’s northeastern border, you will find Hermann Castle, founded by the Danes in the 13th century and later a Teutonic stronghold.