The last FOMA is the Tallinn airport, located 4 km from the city centre near lake Ülemiste. The terminal building that is still used today was open in 1980 for visitors of Olympic games. It's designed by Mihhail Piskov who used traditional Estonian house barns as a source of inspiration. The building's original interior designer was Maile Grünberg. In 2008 the renovated and the enlarged terminal was fully re-opened to the public and named after President of Estonia Lennart Meri.
Tallinn Airport Terminal
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