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Why locals love it
The complex houses the Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and it's hard to think of a better place for it – the funky exhibitions and installations inside complement the aura of the giant plant. From the outside the place looks like your run-of-the-mill derelict power plant, but on the inside things get freaky.
Why you should visit it
Tallinn has a lot of abandoned places and the local youth abide by the principle “if you can't fix it, you rock it!” If you ever pass on a party in this place, we're pretty sure some kind of a horrible, horrible fate awaits you. In a complex that looks like it's survived a nuclear apocalypse you can't help but dance like there's no tomorrow.
The entrance to the museum is free, for special events an entrance fee applies.