26 Dec '11, 4pm
A Winding Path Gives a Bird's Eye View of an Urban Forest
Residents of Tallinn, Estonia's capital city, are as familiar with Kadriorg Park as New Yorkers are with Central Park. Situated in the center of the city, Kadriorg is best known for the palace built for Catherine the Great, which now houses the national art museum. But for a month earlier this year, visitors flocked to a different part of the park, where a winding path led them through the forest and up into its canopy, giving them a new view of an everyday scene.