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The Seaplane Harbour of the Estonian Maritime Museum has been shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in two subcategories. The Seaplane Harbour of the Estonian Maritime Museum was opened on May 12th this year. The Seaplane Harbour will be represented at the festival by KOKO architects Andrus Kõresaar and Raivo Kotov, who will present the reconstruction of the unique seaplane harbour and the design of the brand-new museum to the best architects of the world. This year the World of Architecture festival is taking place in Singapore. The new maritime museum was built into the unique seaplane harbour hangars that were built on the coast of Estonia's capital Tallinn in 1916-1917; the powerful reinforced concrete domes of the hangars were the world's biggest at the time. One main component of the maritime museum's exposition, which contains nearly two hundred large exhibits, is the legendary submarine Lembit. The museum opened on May 12, 2012, and received 30 000 visitors within the first three weeks. 500 projects were presented in the first round of the Fifth World of Architecture Festival this year. This is one of the world's biggest architecture festivals.  ERR News 

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