This is the dam square, it was nice but would not make a top 10 squares list.
The most impressive for me was the train station, I think this was in the movie the Best two years, it seemed familiar. This picture isn't very impressive, but it was a breathtaking scene.
We saw quite a few of these super small cars. These are the smallest cars I have ever seen, much smaller than a smart car. They are about as wide as a motorcycle.
This is a museum about marijuana, we didn't go. There were some other museums that weren't suitable to post about. It did make me wonder if we accidentally walked through part of the red light district.
Our favorite was the zoo.
The most interesting part was how open the zoo felt despite being in the middle of the city center. It was way nicer than the Tallinn zoo. Some of the cages and areas were a bit small for the animals, but nothing unethical like the polar bear cages at the Tallinn zoo. (While the Tallinn zoo is very nice in many ways, the polar bear cages still need work. They have been raising money for new habitats for a while now, hopefully they will be able to make the improvements soon). They had some free roaming areas. I felt like this monkey was going to jump right on me. In an indoor exhibit I almost got pooped on by a large iguana! We were walking through looking at the monkeys and then I hear a large plop I look over and see some weird stuff on the floor about 3 feet away. I look up and a giant iguana sitting right there. They also had bats just hanging from the ceiling.