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In post-socialist Central and Eastern Europe, the effects of urban culture-led fl agship projects on the quality of life of local neighbourhood communities have only received marginal attention, while the overriding focus has been on promoting economic growth and internationalisation. The aim of the article is to identify the community impacts of culture-led regeneration projects carried out in the inner city of Tallinn in the past decade. Qualitative analysis of three inner-city fl agshipdoi:10.13060/00380288.2016.52.6.292 fatcat:ulkoydtyhvervbm6uoois6ip3m