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About: Kadriorg Art Museum

The Kadriorg Art Museum is a top attraction in Estonia. It is the only museum in the country devoted to foreign art and is currently home to Estonia's biggest collection of Western European and Russian art (roughly 9,000 works from the 16th-20th centuries). Revolving exhibitions cover early European art and its history.

Kadriorg Art Museum
A. Weizenbergi 37, 10127, Tallinn
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