Tallinn got money from the European structural fund to create its own virtual model to the internet, BBN/LETA reported, referring to Pealinn.
"We asked the amount which was between six and seven million kroons and we got it. We weren't surprised that we got the money, but that we didn't have to give any extra explanations. Our wish was satisfied as it was. I guess we wrote a good project," Kristel Lelov-Brossard, the Head of Geodetic Service in the City Planning Department said.
It's possible to make virtual city tour and get information on the place or building, see from that virtual map where there are sport or relaxation facilities, or where a concert or shows take place.
The aim is to introduce Tallinn to potential tourists and entrepreneurs abroad.
The city wants to finish the 3D card by 2011 when its is the Culture Capital.