28.6.2012 | Culture
In the green
In the green
The Bank of Estonia Museum opened a new exhibition hall at the beginning of the year and celebrated its 15-year anniversary. The building, which used to house the Estonian Nobility's Credit Union, is more than one hundred years old.
The exhibits are housed in three different halls and cover the following topics: the history of the Estonian currency, money production, and the organisation of the Bank of Estonia. Start with a display of the history of Estonian currency, then move through time to see the progression of the Estonian banking system. See old money once used by ancient merchants and learn about modern banking technology as well. Finally, see Estonia's participation in world trade over the last 100 years.
To add to the interesting collection, there is also an exhibit that shows how money is made and explains how to identify counterfeit bills. The museum also gives an overview of the financial system and discusses Estonia and the Euro.
Learn about Estonian history and culture and about the people on the old Estonian crown notes, poet Lydia Koidula and linguist Jakob Hurt to name a few.
Bank of Estonia Museum (Eesti Panga muuseum), Estonia pst. 11. Open T-F 12-17 and Sa 11-16
TEXT JUKKA ARPONEN, PHOTOS ANDREI CHERTKOV
2.8.2017 | Culture
Viru Folk takes place every year at the beginning of August in Käsmu, which is located about 80 km from … Read more
21.7.2017 | Culture
Summer Event Calendar 2017
July 30.6.-7.7. World Championships for Racing, Tartu 5-8.7 Õllesummer Music Festival, Tallinn 5.-9.7. Haapsalu Old Music Festival, Haapsalu 5.-9.7. Võru … Read more
17.7.2017 | Culture
Summer Gig Guide 2017
There are many reasons to be excited about the schedule of concerts and performances around Estonia this summer. That’s because … Read more
27.6.2017 | Culture
12th Estonian Youth Song & Dance Celebration
Over 30,000 singers sing together as one choir on the stage and almost the same number of spectators listen. 10,000 … Read more
17.6.2017 | Culture
KOPLI SONATA. THE RUSSO-BALTIC SHIPYARD
Kopli, perhaps the most intriguing municipal district in Tallinn, appears to be at the threshold of important changes. This year … Read more
4.3.2017 | Culture
An Animated History of Times Past
National Registry of Cultural Monuments – an almost fossilised teacher talking about something incomprehensible from half a million years ago. … Read more
4.2.2017 | Culture
Otepää, Estonia’s Winter Capital
It’s worth a trip outside of Tallinn to Otepää and its neighbouring village, Pühajärve in the very southeastern corner of … Read more
28.1.2017 | Culture
Estonian Music Awards Capture the Moon and the Stars
The Estonian Music Awards for 2017 did not present major surprises, but did give some of the cream of the … Read more