Once you get past the drab exterior of the Rotermann Salt Storage - which did, indeed, once house salt - you are treated to four floors of Estonian architecture. The museum has a short history, opening just in 1991 before moving to the Salt Storage in 1996, but it is already established as a premiere architecture museum in Europe.
Visitors experience the changing landscape of Tallinn and Estonia, through frequently changing exhibitions and permanent exhibits. There's a library, archive and photo collection for history buffs and architecture lovers alike.
At more than 700 years old, the Tallin Town Hall is the oldest surviving in Northern Europe. It's a... Read more