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Kumu Museum is an art museum situated in Tallinn, Estonia. It is the largest museum in the Baltics and is also considered and one of North Europe’s largest art museums.
The museum displays both permanent collections as well as temporary exhibitions. The main collection comprises of Estonian art from the eighteenth century onwards and includes artifacts from the occupations period.
Both the Socialist Realism and the Nonconformist art forms are exhibited here. Temporary exhibitions show works from both Estonian and international modern and contemporary art.