On our way from the port to the Hilton, we passed this ultramodern synagogue completed in 2007.
The original synagogue, built in 1883, was destroyed during World War II. During Soviet times, religious life was prohibited. After Estonia became an independent state, it was time for a new synagogue.
We didn't try to get inside but could see some of the interiors through the windows. The building was very fenced and guarded.