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01.05-30.09 Mon-Sun 10-18
01.10-30.04 Mon-Sun 11-18

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Ticket 5.00€
Child ticket 4.00€
Family ticket 11.00€
Free with Tallinn Card

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muuseum@okupatsioon.ee

+372 655 5905

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In 1941, Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (ESSR) Commissariat for Internal Affairs established the prison cells in the cellar of the building at Pagari 1. In the basement, suspected enemies of the state were imprisoned and interrogated before they were either shot or sent to labor camps in Siberia. The bricked-up basement windows were intended to mute the sounds of the interrogations and torturing. Although the detention centre was used only until 1950, the action taken between the walls lives in the memories to this day.

The prison cells at Pagari Street stand as silent and intimate witnesses, telling the stories of atrocious violations of human rights and the crimes of inhumane regimes.

Open/ Available

01.05-30.09 Mon-Sun 10-18
01.10-30.04 Mon-Sun 11-18

Fees

Ticket 5.00€
Child ticket 4.00€
Family ticket 11.00€
Free with Tallinn Card

Contact

muuseum@okupatsioon.ee

+372 655 5905

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