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March Highlights


28. February 2014

March Highlights

01 WHAT IS LOVE?

The headline refers to Haddaway’s mega hit song. Haddaway (SWE) will take to the Amigo stage on March 8. March 8 also marks International Women’s Day.

02 ORCHIDS IN BLOOM

If you have not been to Tallinn’s Botanic Gardens yet, here is your chance. From 1-9 March, an orchid show will take place; and as long as you are in the neighbourhood, why not visit the nearby TV Tower.

03 A SPRING EXHIBITION

This year the Tallinn Art Hall (Tallinna Kunstihoone) celebrates its 80th anniversary. From 21 February to 4 May the Estonian Artists spring exhibition will take place, bringing the works of top Estonian artists together under one roof. The Art Hall is located close to Freedom Square (Vabaduse väljak)

04 FLOWERS FOR EVERY WOMAN

Women are the centre of attention in Estonia, or at least on Women’s Day. Men are expected to buy flowers for their girlfriends and female work colleagues too. On International Women’s Day, you can pick up your flowers at the flower kiosks located just outside of the Viru Gates.

05 ROCK CLASSICS BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE

The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra will take to the stage at the Nokia Concert Hall on 20 March. The world-renowned London orchestra will perform rock and pop classics by artists including U2, Queen, and Procol Harum. The orchestra will perform together with the Metro Voices choir.

An Animated History of Times Past

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. […]

04. March 2017

Otepää, Estonia’s Winter Capital

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 […]

04. February 2017

Estonian Music Awards Capture the Moon and the Stars

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 […]

28. January 2017

An underappreciated city

An underappreciated city

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21. January 2017

The Estonian Agricultural Museum shows the journey from farm to table

The Estonian Agricultural Museum shows the journey from farm to table

In an era where milk comes in bottles and meat in packages, it’s important to understand the work that actually […]

14. January 2017

Bart Pushaw: The American Revealing the Estonian Art Explosion

Bart Pushaw: The American Revealing the Estonian Art Explosion

“Sometimes I wake up in the morning, and I think, ‘I speak Estonian. That’s a really weird thing.’” Bart Pushaw, […]

10. January 2017

Old Town Christmas Market

Old Town Christmas Market

The magnificent Christmas tree (brought from Rapla County) in the centre of Town Hall Square in Tallinn’s Old Town is […]

15. December 2016

Rakvere – Calm Contemplation in the Countryside

Rakvere – Calm Contemplation in the Countryside

Estonia in winter has a panoply of beautiful places to visit, and it’s for this reason that it’s well worth […]

03. December 2016