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"I think that Tallinn has been one of the only places where Finns have been able to let their hair down and be themselves.".The 23rd floor of the hotel housed a secret listening post which now functions as a museum.Officially, this was a utility room.Hotels: Kungla, Kreutzwaldi.It remains afterwards and will always be part of that building.".Mäkelä says she was interested in the building and its stories, and the Viru hotel has enough tales to be told.