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The Skywheel is located on the fifth floor of the T1 Mall of Tallinn, and offers visitors the chance to get a unique view of the Estonian capital, 120 meters above sea level.
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The Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom is a history museum in Tallinn, Estonia, dedicated to recounting the stories of bravery, sacrifice, and resistance of the Estonian people during Estonia's occupation in the years of the Soviet Union.
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The Lennusadam seaplane harbor on the Tallinn coast exhibits various decommissioned naval vessels and maritime artifacts from Estonia's past. It is located close to the Memorial for the Departed.
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The Tallinn TV Tower is a freestanding structure with an observation deck, built to provide better telecommunication services for the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympics Regatta. The tower is 314 meters tall and is located near the suburb Pirita, 6km northeast of the Estonian capital.
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The KGB Prison Cells are a former Soviet pre-trial internment facility located in Tallinn. These notorious cells were used by the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (ESSR) to interrogate and torture politicians, civil servants, intellectuals, veterans of the War of Independence, and other members of the public before they were executed or sent to prison.
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Fat Margaret, or Paks Margareeta as it's locally known, is a 16th-century fortification that was built while Tallinn's medieval city gate system was being reconstructed. The building is now home to the Estonian Maritime Museum.
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The Maarjamäe History Center is a storied building and a social and cultural hub in the heart of Tallinn. It opened its doors for Estonia's 100th birthday as an entertaining history center.
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The Great Guild Hall is a Gothic public building in the medieval heart of Tallinn. The building has served various purposes over the centuries, from hosting grand parties, church services, and court proceedings, to storing wine and functioning as a commerce center. Today, it's a museum of Estonian history, heritage, and culture, featuring a number of permanent and temporary exhibitions that cover various aspects of Estonian life.
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Located in Tallinn, Estonia, the Kumu is one of the largest art museums in northern Europe. Home to huge collections of Estonian and international art displayed across four floors of galleries and exhibitions, the museum welcomes upwards of 130,000 visitors a year. In 2008, it was the recipient of the prestigious European Museum of the Year Award from the European Museum Forum.
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