Tartu Philatelic Society is organizing on 27.09.2015 in Tartu Hansa Kool (Anne 63) from 9:00 (8:30) to 13:00 collectors fair.
Paide is a small lovely town of 8300 residents in the heart of Estonia. The glorious history of the town got its beginning in 1291 when it received town bylaws among some of the first towns in Estonia. Through its colourful history Paide has been known by the names of Wittenstein, Weissenstein and Paede. Today… Read More »
Deadly webcap (Cortinarius rubellus) is orange brown with a sharp dullish cap. It grows in moist coniferous and mixed forests. It is a deadly mushroom. The gills of the deadly webcap are the colour of the mushroom, and are concavely fastened to the foot and wide and sparsely placed. The foot is long and relatively… Read More »
Otter (Lutra lutra) is a slim mustelida of partly semiaquatic way of life. The body of an adult is up to 90 cm long, with a 50 cm long tail and it can weigh up to 12 kilograms. The otter has a dense, brown, waterproof and very durable fur. Due to its valuable fur the… Read More »
Tallinn Philatelic Society is celebrating its 110th anniversary with international philatelic exhibition. The exhibition is taking place on 10.-12. July 2015 in Audentes Sports Gymnasium (Tondi 84). It is the same building where Tallinn’s collectors gathering are taking place. The… Read More »
In the most general sense innovation is doing things in a new way. Several world-wide success stories have been born from Estonian innovational ideas and as a result rapid development has changed the lives of all us for good. Smart ideas born in Estonia create added value both in the business and the private sectors… Read More »
One of the major track and field events in Europe in 2015 – the tenth U23 championships – will bring to the historical Kadriorg stadium in Tallinn in the period from 9 to12 July about a thousand track and field athletes of up to 23 years old from 46 countries. Many of them already belong… Read More »