Lock and Key Streets to Replace Tallinn Prison ({{commentsTotal}})

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Tallinn City Government has revealed the names of the two new streets planned for the current site of Tallinn Prison after its relocation in a few years: Lock and Key.

The streets will be part of a residential development project in the Veereni area in the City Center district, Raepress, the city's press service, said in a release today.

Tallinn Prison, which employs 600 people and houses 1,150 inmates, will move to a new complex in Rae municipality, near Tallinn. The new prison is not expected to be ready before 2017.



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