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Seaplane Harbor, Tallinn
Tallinn

Самый увлекательный музей Европы – это Гидрогавань, где недавно открытая экспозиция в исторических ангарах гидросамолетов предлагает истории, происходившие как под водой, на воде, так и над водой. Можно полазить по подводной лодке «Лембит», увидеть самолет-амфибию Short 184, побывать на ледоколе Суур Тылль, познакомиться с историческими водными транспортными средствами или с военной техникой. Вас ожидают, помимо прочего, симулятор гидросамолета, погружение на глубину, кафе «Мару» и магазин музея. С территории перед музеем открывается чудесный вид на Таллиннский порт.

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    Wow~ Amazing!!
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