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Seaplane Harbour - Estonian Maritime Museum

Category Museums, Historical Attractions, Tourism objects
Vesilennuki 6, Tallinn, Harjumaa, 10415
Coordinates 59.451668, 24.738333
GPS: 59° 27' 6" N, 24° 44' 18" E
Phone (+372) 620 0550
E-mail info@lennusadam.eu
Website http://meremuuseum.ee/lennusadam/en

The Estonian Maritime Museum’s ships are truly a treat for all lovers of maritime history and equipment. The submarine Lembit, which was built in 1936, was part of the pre-WWII Baltic Navy. The Suur Tõll, built in 1914, is the largest surviving steam-driven ice breaker in Europe. At the Aviation Port, you can also visit the minesweeper Kalev and patrol boat Grif.


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