25km west of Narva on road to Tallinn     more than a year ago
In the Soviet era, Sillamäe was a restricted, semi-secret town whose main business was mining and processing radioactive shale. Now the coastal town is a true curiousity, with its imposing, uniform Stalinist architecture and its central monument - a man boldly holding an atom aloft.


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