Estonian Open Air Museum
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The Estonian Open Air Museum is situated southwest of Tallinn’s city center, in the Rocca al Mare district, in a spacious wooded park overlooking the sea. The museum is a collection of more than 100 preserved 18th- and 19th-century village buildings from different parts of the country.
See how the Estonians lived 150 years ago before most moved to the cities. A tranquil park filled with historic rural buildings.
The story of the Estonian Open Air Museum. Very nice location to spend a day. Gives you a overview how our grand and grand grand parents lived.
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