Exhibition about ancient Northern tribes houses the largest sound installation in the world

The newly-opened Estonian National Museum in Tartu, Estonia offers on top of fascinating new world-class architecture and a very contemporary take on exhibitions, an unexpected treat for people looking for excellent audio experiences. "Echo of the Urals", the permanent exhibition of the museum focussed on introducing all the Northern Finno-Ugric cultures, boasts an interactive sound installation that is likely the largest in the world. Spreading over 1000 square metres, the installation uses 126 speakers to transmit 140 different audio channels.