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Национальный парк Соомаа
Природный заповедник Нигула
Зона отдыха Пярну-Икла
Эстонская железная дорога-музей в Лавассааре
Остров Кихну
Поместье Тыстамаа
Городище Соонтагана
Хуторской музей Кургья
Поместье Тори
Город Пярну
Pärnu River
Luitemaa Nature Reserve
Pärnu River

The Pärnu River (144 km) is one of the longest rivers in Estonia. The river basin occupies about one sixth of the total area of the country. The lower reaches of the river were the most densely populated areas in the beginning of the remote antiquity. The Estonian oldest settlement from 7,500 B.C. was discovered in the Pulli Village near Sindi. The Devonian sandstone escarpment can be seen on the riverbank near Tori. On the left riverbank, there is a 500 m-long and 10 m-high cliff. In the lower part of the outcrop the bony pieces of Placoderms dating back 3 million years have been found. This is also one of the few places in the Baltic countries where Devonian psylophytes have been found. The spring water has eroded a high and deep cave into the sandstone wall. There is an old legend about the cave telling us that under the ground it stretched out to the distance of several hundred metres and lead to hell. The later fall-downs have closed the entrance of the cave. However, some new cave entries have emerged.

Reval Hotels rebrand to Radisson Blu and Park Inn

Linstow, the Norwegian real estate developer for 10 Reval Hotels in the Baltics (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) and Russia, announces management agreement with The Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the fastest growing hotel companies worldwide.

Border Control 17.04 - 23.04 for NATO meeting

The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board would like to inform you that due to the Directive of the Republic of Estonia dating from the 18th of March border control shall be reintroduced between:

17.04.2010 at 21.00 - 23.04.2010 at 21.00

Estonian Air calls Estonian fashion designers to update its crew uniforms

Estonian Air announces a competition for the renewal of crew uniforms and calls on Estonian fashion designers together with domestic clothing producers to participate in the airline’s uniform design and production contest.

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