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Tallinn's traditional Christmas market is to be replaced this year by a more dispersed event, encompassing the entire Old Town and other districts of the capital, due to coronavirus concerns.


The city government itself is overseeing the festivities.


"We have a plan of bringing more light, joy, activities and cooperation with our private partners this year," Tallinn mayor Mihhail Kõlvart (Center) said at a press conference.


The regular venue of Raekoja plats was rejected as not suitable for maintaining social distancing norms, though the traditional tree will be erected.


Kõlvart noted the new set-up would cover additional locations in the old town, city center and other districts as the capital expects domestic tourists and offers in return plenty of attractions to visitors.




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