The Kalamaja cemetery (German: Fischermay Kirchhof or Fischermay Friedhof, Estonian: Kalamaja kalmistu) in Tallinn in Estonia was once the city's oldest existing cemetery, located in the suburb of Kalamaja in the north of the city. It contained thousands of graves of ethnic Estonian and Swedish residents of Tallinn and stood for at least 400 years, from the 15th or 16th century to 1964 when it was completely flattened and destroyed by the Soviet occupation authorities governing the country at that time.
Latitude: 59° 26' 35.05" N
Longitude: 24° 43' 28.72" E
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