the Lembit is the only intact submarine in the Baltics. It was built in England in Barrow-in-Furness in 1936 for the Republic of Estonia and has sailed under both Estonian and Soviet flags. Inside the submarine, you can test a seaman's cot, sit in the radio operator's room and peer through the periscope at Tallinn's Old Town.
Pictures at www.online.ee/~peeprada/
Categories: Museums - Sea
, Sea - Military - Submarines