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  • Alejandro D
    Tallinn, Estonia9 contributions
    Vast natural spaces with real-life examples of how the Estonian culture lived in old times. The staff is very knowledgeable and provides insight into the premises and history of the country. A must-see museum, indeed!
    Written 3 August 2022
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  • Sanni
    Tartu, Estonia62 contributions
    This place was a complite rob and made me sick. The room was really small, only had a few common potted plants and a lady that was shooing a few very teared and sad looking butterflies around the room. There was a parot that was clearly poorly kept, it’s tail was gray and tattered, it was pushing and knawing against the bars of a cage that was filthy and clearly too small for it. I would not recommend the place to anyone even if it was free. In fact, if I knew how, I would get them shut down for animal abuse!
    Written 31 December 2019
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  • Monika Audra
    Helsinki, Finland209 contributions
    For those who are interested in dogs and cats, before visiting the nature trail, stop by Luusi area and stop by the Animal Shelter NGO (the address is Paljassaare tee 85, 10313, Tallinn).

    From city center, go to Balti Jaam bus station and take bus no 59 to Luusi. Cost is 2 eu (adult) and either pay with cash in exact amount or buy the green card from R-kioski. The shelter building is right in front of the bus stop. (200 mtrs from the nature trail)

    You can offer your help by doing some chores around the shelter or taking one dog to walk the nature trail for a couple of hours. They open from 11.30-18.30 and they will only offer you the dog which match your preferences (for example I’m good with small dog thus they gave me Käbike, who’s very sweet and I suspect that he’s a mix breed between Collie and Golden? (^。^))

    Walking around the nature trail itself will take around 1,5 - 2 hours, unless you decide to enjoy sun bath or swimming by the sea.

    It’s time for the adventure!
    Written 15 July 2018
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