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What does Estonian architecture have to shout about? Well, quite a lot, as it transpires - and this museum will give you the inside story of all of it.
The building itself is something of a wonder - a former salt storage warehouse just a short walk from the old town centre. Inside, there are regular temporary and permanent exhibitions ranged over 645 square metres on two levels. The basement is often called into action as an exhibition space too.
It has only been open since 1991, but the museum is doing a fine job of collecting, preserving and interpreting the facets of Estonian architecture.
Editor & Tallinn Local