by Erik Schmuck, 2 years ago
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In part 2 of our series on Tallinn, Estonia, we explore the modern side of the city to discover how former soviet factories have been converted into a hub for Estonia's new creative class.

Since the fall of Communism it has become one of the most dynamic cities in Europe, dubbed the "Silicon Valley of the Baltic" for it's startup scene, which grew companies such as Skype. In this video, we discover how a new generation of entrepreneurs are creating new enterprises in the bones of Estonia's industrial relics.

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Places we visited:
- Kalamaja Neighborhood:
- Cafe Boheem:
- Klaus Restaurant:
- Estonian Design House:
- Speakeasy Tap Room:
- Telliskivi Creative City:
- Pudel Baar:
- F Hoone Restaurant:
- PADA Club:

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This film was made with:
- F-Stop Satori Backpack:
- Sony A7s Mirrorless Camera:
- Sony 24-70mm F4 Vario Tessar Lens
- Sony 24-240mm f/3.5-6.3 Zoom Lens
- Sony Cyber Shot RX100iv
- DJI Inspire 1 Drone (2 Controller)
- Go Pro Hero 3+:
- Go Pro Suction Cup Mount:
- Go Pro Accessory Kit:
- Promaster CX525 Tripod:
- Promaster Superlite 3-Way Head:
- SD 32GB Memory Sticks:
- Sennheiser MKE 400 Shotgun Mike:
- Zoom H1 Portable Digital Recorder:
- Joby GP3 GorillaPod:
- Pico Flex Table Dolly:
- Pelican 0915 Black SD Memory Card Protective Case:

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