Studies, Researches and Architecture Solutions

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Landscape Architecture Design Solution for the Augmented Urbans Pilot Area of the Pollinator Highway  by Kino

Pollinator Highway  in Northern Tallinn
(the Augmented Urbans Pilot Area): the Concept

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The Extended Project Area of the Pollinator Highway (B.Green Project Area):
the Concept

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Stakeholder Mapping

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Analysis of the Functionality of the West-Tallinn Green Corridor (Northern Section of the Pollinator Corridor). University of Tartu, 2019

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Analysis of the Functionality of the West-Tallinn Green Corridor (Midsection of the Pollinator Corridor). University of Tartu, 2019

How to Get to the Pollinator Highway

Ride your bike along Kopli Street to Paavli Street, until you reach Sõle Street. If you notice the mural "Species richness" painted on the end wall of garage at 1 Ehte Street, you have arrived to the Pollinator Highway.

Travelling by bus. hop off the bus at the  Ehte stop (lines 26, 26a, 32, 33, 40, 48 and 72)

if you are arriving from the direction of Stroomi beach, walk along Kolde boulevard until you spot  the colourful "Leisure activities on the  Pollinator Highway" mural.

If you do not know your way around in Tallinn, just use the keyword "Pelguaed" (Pelgu community garden) as your reference in Google Maps.

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