Narva Estonia Guide

Narva Estonia
Narva Estonia Estonia’s easternmost town boasts the best preserved castle (Hermann Fortress) overlooking a large, winding river acting as a border between Estonia and Russia. The nearby Narva-Jõesuu resort is dotted with spas and a large sandy beach that draws in holiday makers every summer....
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Parnu Estonia Guide

Parnu Estonia
The biggest attraction of Parnu (Pärnu) is the beach, which runs along the edge of the city, and can accommodate about 40,000 people. In the summer, Parnu comes to life around the beach, where there's also an opportunity for dining and shopping, and renting a...
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Kalamaja district Tallinn

Kalamaja district Tallinn
Kalamaja district Tallinn Kalamaja, which got its name from the fishing port a long time ago, is a quiet area known for old-fashioned, colorful, working class houses. From the 14th century, fishermen, fish merchants and boat builders lived in Kalamaja, but after the completion of...
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Tallinn Old Town Guide

Masters Courtyard Tallinn
Master Courtyard Tallinn Old Town Masters Courtyard Tallinn This quiet courtyard (Meistrite Hoov) in Tallinn Old Town is a little piece of the city as it was centuries ago, when people appreciated the work of craftsmen, who put their heart and soul into everything they...
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Tartu Cultural Capital of Estonia

http://www.codelt.nl/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Tartu-beautiful-town-in-Estonia-life-buildings-green-history-monuments-women.mp4 Tartu, the capital and largest city of Tartu County, is Estonia's second largest city after the national capital, Tallinn. The estimated population of Tartu was just over 100,000 people in 2009. It is known as the most important cultural and intellectual hub in Estonia,...
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Kuressaare Castle Estonia

Kuressaare Castle, also known as Kuressaare Episcopal Castle, (Estonian: Kuressaare piiskopilinnus) was built in the 14th century. Today, the Castle houses Saaremaa Museum with its permanent exhibition and sundry temporary exhibitions. The convent building of the Kuressaare Episcopal Castle is the only surviving medieval fortification...
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Kumu Art Museum in Tallinn

The Kumu Art Museum is the headquarters of the Art Museum of Estonia, as well as the largest and most impressive exhibition venue in Estonia. The museum opened on 17 February 2006. In 2008 Kumu received the European Museum of the Year Award. This is...
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Viljandi – Cultural Capital of Estonia

While the first records of civilization in Viljandi date back to the 5th millennium B.C., it only became formally established as a commercial center in the 12th century. Sometimes called the cultural capital of Estonia, it is Viljandi’s unique place, people, nature and architecture which...
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