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Saatse Seto Museum

Saatse Kula, Varska, Estonia
+372 5342 1428
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Really warm and friendly staff describing the local custom etc

There has a really friendly and warm welcome. The woman who made the tour described a lot of... read more

Reviewed May 30, 2016
Piia E
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Tallinn, Estonia
Small but informative museum

The museum is located in an old wooden building very near Russian border (in fact you can see the... read more

Reviewed July 12, 2013
Mansen_musa
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Tampere
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Saatse Seto Museum was opened in the former schoolhouse on 1 July 1974. The renovated museum is small and cosy and it displays the most extensive collection of historical objects in Setomaa. It also includes a large wooden figure of Peko, the god of fertility, created by local artist Renaldo Veeber. The museum possesses a beautiful park spreading over several hectares with a study trail, only a few hundred metres from Russia.
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May 30, 2016
“Really warm and friendly staff describing the local custom etc”
Jul 12, 2013
“Small but informative museum”
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Saatse Kula, Varska, Estonia
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+372 5342 1428
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Reviewed May 30, 2016

There has a really friendly and warm welcome. The woman who made the tour described a lot of interesting about locals (about their customs, dressing style, history, traditional food, religion etc). She also offered a tea and biscquits (both are really delicious!!!), we looked the...More

Thank Piia E
Reviewed July 12, 2013

The museum is located in an old wooden building very near Russian border (in fact you can see the border if you walk along the nature path starting from the museum). The exhibition is housed in the main building (six rooms) and in an old...More

Thank Mansen_musa
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