Monthly Archives: November 2019

19.11.2019 – Estonia’s National University 100

This year, the University of Tartu will mark 100 years since it was re-opened as a university teaching in Estonian. On 1 December 1919, the opening ceremony of the University of Tartu in the newly independent Republic of Estonia was held and the university dedicated first and foremost to Estonian students and serving Estonian society… Read More »

17.11.2019 – From the treasury of the Estonian Art Museum

In the early years of the Art Museum of Estonia, the northern Estonian art protection committee – tasked with gathering up art treasures from abandoned manors in wartime – handed over artworks to the museum. The Procession of the Bride is from Nõva Manor in Lääne County. The painting also has a “twin” at the… Read More »

Estonian stamp was awarded at NexoFil

There was a competition in Spain called NexoFil among stamps issued in the world in 2018. International jury chose best stamps in 10 categories. The second best in the category of the Most Innovative Stamp was Estonian flag, which had its second print issued in 2018. Read more about the competition and award ceremony: NEXOFIL… Read More »