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Seaplane Harbor, Tallinn
Tallinn

The most interesting museum of Europe is in the Seaplane Harbour, where the newly opened exhibition in the historical seaplane hangars tells you stories from under the water, on the water and over the water. You can climb into the submarine Lembit, look at the seaplane Short 184, voyage on the icebreaker Suur Tõll and learn about historical vessels or military equipment. Seaplane simulator, diving deep under the water, café Maru and the museum shop are among some of the things waiting for guests. There's a wonderful view of the Port of Tallinn from the Seaplane Harbour. 

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Uploaded: 01/04/2013
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  • Hung-Chin Wang over 1 year ago
    Wow~ Amazing!!
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