Museum is open on Pentecost Sunday, May 23

“City Unfinished. Urban Visions”. Photo by Evert Palmets

Estonian Museum of Architecture in the Rotermann Salt Storage is also open on Pentecost Sunday, May 23, to offer the last opportunity to visit the exhibition “City Unfinished. Urban Visions”.

The exhibition is based on the research project Unfinished City of the Estonian Academy of Arts, which dealt with urban planning visions and spatial scenarios of Tallinn.

According to the curator of the exhibition, PhD student of the Faculty of Architecture and architect Johan Tali, we all use the city as residents, and thus should pay attention to, and care about how and in which direction the city develops. “Since the exhibition gives a big picture of Tallinn as the capital of Estonia, the sincere hope of the creators of the exhibition is that it inspires the visitor to understand what is happening in Tallinn, because any city planning decisions and steps should be made for the benefit of the city residents,” explained Tali.

The exhibition is open until Sunday May 23 from 11 am to 6 pm. On Sunday, from 2 pm to 4 pm, the curator of the exhibition, architect and doctoral student of EAA Johan Tali will also be present and answers to the questions of the visitors. More about the exhibition here