I stumbled across this place on a recent visit to Estonia. Oddly it was not mentioned in any tourist guides I had read and despite the couple of reviews on here it was nothing like I was expecting (though I enjoyed it anyway).
I saw this in the distance and it looked like a lost city. Run down and covered in graffiti and desolate, despite being located next to thriving areas.
The entrances were mostly gated up and welded shut, but a bit of creativity will get you inside.
Don't expect to see grandure, rather expect a look at what happens when a city decides to turn its back on what was once a major attraction for the city!
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