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Karula National Park
Hino Lake
Luhasoo Mire
Peetri River
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Hino Lake

The Hino Lake is the largest and the richest in islands of the 300 lakes of the Haanja Upland. It occupies an area of 200 hectares and includes 8 islands. Some of the islands have emerged only in the 19th century due to the artificial decrease of the water level. The southern and eastern shores of the lake give very scenic views over the lake. The lake has no significant influents. It is oligotrophic and has very clear water. Parts of it have sandy bottom. The rare water lobelia, that can be seen in only about 12 Estonian lakes, grows here. The bird fauna is very rich with 15 different recorded species, the rarest of which is the black-throated diver.

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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