Estonian Museum Association
Muuseumi tee 2, Tartu, tel 735 0412
Peter I visited Tallinn several times since 1711. At the beginning of 1714, a house had bought for the emperor and used as a residence. The small cottage was enlarged with a wing. In the 18th century it was a building with a hall, a kitchen and four rooms. Since then the building has been maintained all the time and today it is the only example of a 17th-century summer-cottage in Estonian architecture and a valuable relic. Unique collection of interior design items and art are exhibited.
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