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Arrived at 4pm - opening times in leaflets, told to us by the person at tourist information and on sign outside the building stated it was open until 7pm on Wednesdays (the day we visited) but was closed.
At the SE edge of the inner city is a huge complex of former Tobacco factory. It was open in the late 19. century. Smallest building in the area is rearranged to a small museum inside. You can learn something about the history of smoking,...More
I did not know what to expect from a tobacco museum. Therefore I was pleasantly surprised by how much I didn't know about the tobacco products. The exhibit shows the evolution of local tobacco industry.
3/5 just because of its smallness, otherwise a great find...More