- Bureau: KOKO Architects
- Invited architecture competition: : 2009, 1st prize
- Location: Kloostrimetsa Road 58A, Tallinn, Estonia
- Size: 10 000m2
- Status: completed 2002
- Client: Tallinn TV Tower Foundation
- Photos: Kaido Haagen, Arne Maasik, Kalle Veesaar, Ken Juks
The Tallinn TV tower is the highest building in Estonia. It was constructed between 1975–1980 for the Moscow Olympic Games sailing regatta held in Tallinn as a part of a large building programme undertaken before the event, and which also produced structures like Linnahall, the post office in the city centre, Pirita Olympic Sailing Centre and many others. A few years later, the TV Tower, located in the pine forests of Pirita, became a symbol of Estonia’s regained independence when local activists held it against Soviet soldiers. The tower, boasting the most spectacular viewing platform in the city, and from which even the coast of Finland is visible in clear weather, was closed to the public in 2007, as it could no longer comply with the fire safety regulations.