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Viru Street in Old Town Tallinn
Tallinn
Viru street in Old Town Tallinn has shops and attractions for tourist. Here is a small museum of torture consisting of two rooms of equipment in the trade.
Copyright: Allan der
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Uploaded: 03/09/2013
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Tags: viru street; shopping ; old town tallinn; medieval; tourism; tourist
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