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Viru-Nigula Local History Museum

Category Museums, Historical Attractions, Tourism objects
Rataskaevu 1, Viru-Nigula alevik, Viru-Nigula vald, Lääne-Virumaa, 44001
Coordinates 59.444771, 26.688753
GPS: 59° 26' 41" N, 26° 41' 20" E
Phone (+372) 329 4538
Mobile (+372) 533 15750

The museum introduces the famous Otto Wilhelm Masing, the
linguist who invented the letter Õ in Estonian language and used to
work in Viru-Nigula, Virumaa. One can also learn about the many
wars that have rolled over the small territory of Estonia, about
mass-deportations and the time of collective farms.

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