Mysterious tunnel in Estonia

28 Jan 2023

Scenic Estonia has many tourist resources, attracting visitors from all over the world to enjoy, but did you know that there is also a mysterious tunnel here that is also sought after by tourists from all over the world. It was once a bomb shelter during World War II.

Fortress tunnel

These tunnels were originally built in the 17th century as a supplement to the deKk tower and are intended for storage. They later imprisoned prisoners and were used as shelters against air strikes during World War II.

In more modern history, thieves and insurgents used them as shelters because police usually avoided tunnels. They were cleaned up and opened to the public in 2004. This is a mysterious tunnel in Estonia. It was used as a bomb shelter during World War II. If you are brave enough, you can explore the winding labyrinth of this dark and damp tunnel with a guided tour while visiting the tower.

Komandandi tee 2 This is the most popular travel destination in Europe-Tallinn, Estonia, a fun and lively city!

Soviet statue cemetery

The Soviet cemetery near Maarjame Castle contains some abandoned statues, such as Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Lenin and Mikhail Kalinin. After the Soviets left Tallinn, they were abandoned and ignored.

You will find large head statues. It's a surreal place to visit - especially when you realize that less than 30 years before Estonia gained independence, these statues have been forgotten into history.

KGB Museum

The rooms used by Soviet spies were located on the top floor of the stylish HotelViru, which is located on Viru Square. They have installed listening and recording equipment, direct dial telephones, uniforms and typewriters.

Few people are aware of the existence of these rooms, and they were only exposed when the KGB fled the city in the 1990s. They clarified the control and subversion of the Soviet government during the occupation.

To get the best view of the city, go to Kohtuotsa sightseeing platform. It is located on the Toompea Hill, with the best view of the city and port. You will also often find street performers here, which is a great place to end the day and enjoy the sunset.

Tallinn is an interesting and lively city with quirky museums, hidden art exhibitions and beautiful buildings, especially the first attraction mentioned above, the mysterious tunnel! Come to Estonia and enjoy all the good things here.

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