Photo of the Day: The popular, famous and colorful trams in Tallinn, capital city of Estonia.
The first tramline in the city, which at that time and until 1917 was known as Reval, in the Russian Empire, was opened in 1888 and was a horsecar line. The tram are popular with residents and tourists alike, and, all public transport in Tallinn is free.
The photo is taken right by the walls of the Old Town, behind the low wall with the grafitti, and close to the Fat Margaret tower and one of the city gates, in October 2014.
All public transport in Tallinn is free.
Photo by: hovedsteder.blogg.no