Gregory Feifer, RFE/RL
TALLINN -- Nearly two decades after the end of communism lifted the Iron Curtain from this tiny former Soviet republic, tourists from around the world stream to the capital's beautifully preserved medieval old town.
Outside the old fortress walls, glass towers and minimalist interiors symbolize the new postmodern sensibilities of a country that gave the world Skype, the Internet communications site that still maintains its headquarters here.
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