We spent some hours in the Tallinn City Museum where we continued to add to our understanding of the rich history of this area of the world. We met a woman who works/volunteers (probably) in the museum who spoke of her own experiences during the alternate Russian and German occupations here and how ghastly it was. I asked her what the feeling is towards visitors from those countries, given that Estonia has only had independence for the past 20 years, and how hard they fought for it, and she shrugged and said that the young visitors from those countries had nothing to do with the past. However, she told me that some people sign the visitors’ book with a Swastika, which is pretty alarming. Very worthwhile to visit.
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