This museum, located just outside the Old Town in Estonia?s capital, Tallinn, examines the occupation of the country from 1940 to 1991. During this period, Estonia was alternately occupied by the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, and the Soviet Union again.
In the museum, you?ll find articles from people?s everyday lives, items from prisons in use during the occupations, statues erected to commemorate the occupiers (later torn down), and other interesting artifacts.
So if you?re in Tallinn and want to find out more about this fascinating period of time in Estonia?s history, be sure to visit the Occupation Museum.
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Estonian Occupation Museum
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