Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Estonian World Aug 27
Reply Retweet Like
Maris Hellrand Aug 13
support demo tonight in
Reply Retweet Like
MyDogData Sep 16
DogData Weekly Report #13 Hello everyone🌟 ⏰ What interesting things happened this week? Let's speak about it in our new
Reply Retweet Like
Tatjana Flade Aug 24
I spent a lovely day in beautiful . Usually it is so crowded with tourists, now it is much more quiet and peaceful. OTOH, many people make a living with tourism. Some hotels and shops are closed, others…
Reply Retweet Like
European Beauty Jul 9
St. Catherine’s Passage is a quaint alley of cobblestone & crumbling walls in Old Town of , dating back to times.
Reply Retweet Like
lehmike.art Aug 6
Saia Käik is the shortest street (50m) in that used to be full of little bakeries
Reply Retweet Like
lehmike.art Aug 6
Reply Retweet Like
Estonian World Sep 10
Reply Retweet Like
Russia in RSA 🇷🇺 Sep 22
in 1944 the Red Army liberated from the Nazi forces to the jubilation of its citizens. To our deep regret, 76 years later attempts are made to rewrite history while Nazi collaborators and accomplices being cherished in Estonia instead of its true heroes
Reply Retweet Like
BestTravelBook Aug 31
🧭 Visits You! 🇪🇪 The Best Guide to by Check Out 👉 Straight out of a fairytale and is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in northern Europe. 📍 🇪🇪
Reply Retweet Like
Radio Poland Jun 3
➡️📣LISTEN: will strengthen its cooperation with the states under a declaration signed on Tuesday in the Estonian capital of by Poland’s foreign minister Jacek Czaputowicz and his Estonian, Lithuanian and Latvian counterparts.
Reply Retweet Like
OrzelRosyth Sep 19
in 1939, the Polish Orzel submarine, newly escaped from , heard radio reports of her escape. German propaganda claimed the two Estonian guards had been killed, however they were safely aboard, being treated well.
Reply Retweet Like
Tigran Mkrtchyan Sep 9
Great /n violin player, our friend Sergey Khachatryan will have the Season Opening Concert of /n National Symphony Orchestra on Sept. 11 in , playing 's Violin Concerto. Hard 2 think of a better season opening!
Reply Retweet Like
Kristen Davis Aug 26
Waking up in to see me in the section of 's 🇪🇪 daily , talking about how coming here can feel like traveling to the 🚀 What a great start to my day and - See you there!
Reply Retweet Like
#SolaceRose Aug 2
I'm such a home girl but once in a while I do step out, and when I do....
Reply Retweet Like
Russian Embassy in Sri Lanka Sep 21
in 1944 the troops liberated the city of from the Nazi invaders. An active part in the operation was played by the 8th Estonian Rifle Corps of the . Regrettably, nowadays attempts are being made in Estonia to rewrite history & vilify Soviet soldiers.
Reply Retweet Like
Theresa Bubbear Sep 21
An estimated 75,000 Estonians left the country by sea (mostly for Finland, Sweden and Germany) in 1944 to escape the Red Army. This installation in , Boat of Tears, remembers them
Reply Retweet Like
Sofi Oksanen Sep 20
Never ever have I seen ’s Old Town this empty. As long as I remember it has been so crowded. Weird feeling, but on the other hand social distancing is very easy.
Reply Retweet Like
Guo Library - Himalaya UK Jul 31
The government appears set to reject a plan promoted by entrepreneur to build the world’s longest undersea from to with the help of investment because of environmental, economic and safety concerns.
Reply Retweet Like
VisitTallinn Sep 16
KUMU art museum in holds an impressive collection of Estonian , from 18th century paintings to contemporary works. A definite must-see in Tallinn, is also familiar now to many through the film , where it was used as a location.
Reply Retweet Like