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Danish King's Garden, Tallinn

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Danish King's Garden (Estonian: Taani kuninga aed) is a park in Tallinn Old Town, Estonia.

The park is the place where the flag of Denmark, Dannebrog, according to tradition, is said to have been born. Every year on 15 June, Dannebrog or the Day of the Danish Flag is celebrated in the garden.
The park's name derives from the Danish reign, which lasted in Tallinn and northern Estonia for over a hundred years mainly during the 13th century.

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  • A peaceful and beautiful place to sit and The White Monk terrace next to it is a good place for lunch if you are visiting Kiek in die Koch and as an alternative to their rather soulless cafe (we went....  more »
  • Taani kuninga aed is Estonian for Danish Kings garden. This garden is surrounded by city walls. You can walk down by taking old stairs. But be careful the stairs are uneven. It's close to the old...  more »
  • A beautiful, serene place. At least after 6PM in August. I discovered a lone rose growing from an impossible place. It was magical.
  • A great place to go in the night time, you may see the view on the city. There is also a nice cafe upstairs b
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