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Läänemaa Museum
Estonia

Läänemaa museum is located in the former town hall of Haapsalu. In front of the museum is a beautiful park. Close by are ruins of Episcopal castle of Haapsalu, St. John's Church and many other beautiful sights.

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Tags: haapsalu; estonia; city; town; city hall; museum; park; town hall; old town
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