I recently took the ferry from Finland to Tallinn. Once you dock in Tallinn, you walk up a hill. At the top is a large paved concrete area and building. The building had what appeared to be abandoned and it had Russian lettering on it. The paved area looked like at one time it had folliage but again it looked abandoned. We asked a few people and no one could tell us what it was. Anyone know?
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