The Kumu Art Museum may not be a secret to Estonians or those who live in Tallinn, but for those of us in other parts of the Baltics, this gem is definitely not as well known as it should be.Opened in February, 2006, the building was built especially for the gallery based on a design by Finnish architect Pekka Vapaavuori which won a competition for the design of the building in 1994. The building has seven stories and nearly 5,000 square meters of exhibition space and a 256-seat auditorium. Designed to be a place that educates people about art, Kumu also has a fully equipped educational cen...
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