Tallinn

Cute old city:

A side-street:

Another one:

A shop in the corner:

A yard:

Another one:

Houses have grooves for drainpipes:

Two-layered plate with a house number:

Manhole distance plates:

Manhole cover:

All frontal outdoor signs are made as unpainted metal letters mounted at a small distance from a wall:

Sometimes, the distance is larger:

Sometimes, the letters themselves have depth instead of width:

The signs perpendicular to the buildings are diverse:

A whole separate topic is the decoration of the Tallinn doors.

Tallinn city archive:

When there is nothing special about a door and nobody bothered to come up with a peculiar decoration for it, it gets a diagonal pattern. The basement doors on the sides:

A basement door, a front door, a garage:

The diagonal pattern is a must for all the doors lacking a different one:

The pattern can be two-colored:

A fancy door is also allowed to have the diagonal pattern:

You cannot not have the pattern:

At a door of a historical building there is always a glass plate with a description:

It also has a plan of the building:

Parking signs are black:

Takso:

The tram asks if you have a ticket and warns about the consequences of the wrong answer:

An anchor holds a microscopic airship:

A barrier forbids the entrance:

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