Museum of Occupations
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Like it's Baltic neighbours, Tallinn has its own museum casting light upon the dark, difficult years between 1940 and 1991. Occupied by the Soviet Union, then briefly by Nazi Germany before another four and a half decades of Soviet occupation, Estonia has sixty years of struggle to survey in the high-tech audio-visual presentations, artefacts and documents of this museum. Open 11:00 - 18:00. Closed Monday. 10kr.
Editor & Tallinn Local
Very strange place.
Important place to visit.
Overwhelming and deeply moving.
very humbling experience,what this country went through is unimaginable.My husband & I spent hours in this museum.
I love it!
A must for all visitors to Tallin. My husband and I spent 4 hours here. It was a real eye-opener and serves as a warning to all that we should never take our democratic and peaceful life for granted.
Thank you to all who have created this museum.