Laagri (Tallinn)

Laagri is a district (Estonian asum ) of the Estonian capital Tallinn. It is located in Nõmme district on the southwestern outskirts of Tallinn.


The municipality has 877 inhabitants (as of 1 May 2010). Its area is 0.55 square kilometers. The area north of the river Pääsküla belongs since 1968 to the city of Tallinn.

The district is bordered to the south by the river Pääsküla ( Pääsküla Jõgi ) and the village Laagri ( Laagri alevik ). The municipality characterize mainly domestic houses. The nearby forest park of Harku offers recreational and sports facilities.

The train station of Laagri lies on the railway line between Tallinn and Keila. He was officially inaugurated in 1932. The modern station building dates from 1994. Was only used until 1998 and then left to decay. The station is serviced by the Estonian railway company Elektriraudtee.