TALLINN — Estonia’s Minister of Finance Jürgen Ligi turned down the Tallinn municipal government’s request to negotiate with the Washington, D.C. law firm Hills, Stern & Morley LLP to secure a €178.9 million loan, guaranteed by the U.S. government, to renovate the Linnahall.
Although the Linnahall concert hall was completed just in 1980, the concrete, Brutalist-style building has already fallen into serious disrepair. The money would pay for the renovation of Tallinn concert hall but for the Estonian government the finance set-up Tallinn offered is not
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