Tallinn, Estonia, The Town Hall Pharmacy, 2007

A pharmacy has operated on this spot continuously since the early 15th century, making it one of the oldest in the world. The wooden cabinets and high ceilings suggest the world of Copernicus and William of Occam, but you can still buy a bandage or Sudafed. I liked the way the town hall was reflected upside down in the bottle, but it is also in the stopper if you look closely.

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