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Estonian Museum of Natural History

Category Museums, Tourism objects, Natural attractions
Lai 29a, Tallinn, Harjumaa, 10133
Coordinates 59.440430, 24.745996
GPS: 59° 26' 26" N, 24° 44' 46" E
Phone (+372) 641 1739
E-mail muuseum@loodusmuuseum.ee
Website http://www.loodusmuuseum.ee

At the Estonian Museum of Natural History, you can become familiar with Estonia’s diverse world of birds and animals. The main attraction at the Museum of Natural History is the largest fish ever caught in the Baltic Sea – a 2.9-metre-long Atlantic sturgeon. In addition to the permanent exhibition, various nature- and environment-related exhibitions are organized.

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