Monthly Archives: November 2020

30.11.2020 – Voldemar Panso 100

Theatre director, actor and theatre teacher Voldemar Panso (30.11.1920 – 27. 12.1977) is one of the most legendary names in Estonian theatrical history. Not only was he an outstanding director, charming actor, productive writer and a theatre leader with a vision, under whose leadership the Tallinn City Theatre operated in 1965–1970 and the Drama Theatre… Read More »

26.11.2020 – Visit Estonia. ATM franking labels

Estonia’s first franking ATM is located in Tallinn. You can choose between four denominations – national standard letter €0.90, national maxi letter €1.75, international standard letter €1.90 and international maxi letter €4.85. The stamp design on the roll repeats after every four designs. The stamps feature photographs taken by renowned Estonian photographers – the first… Read More »

17.11.2020 – From the treasury of the Estonian Art Museum

The piece titled “River Seine” (1924) is a depiction of the soul and essence of Paris in the 1920s by one of Estonia’s most famous avant garde artists, Ado Vabbe (1892-1961). Feeling the urban environment in a futuristic key, Vabbe captured the changing atmosphere and continuous life rhythm of a metropolis using a fragmented colour… Read More »