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Яани – культурный квартал города Тарту
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Старый город Тарту
Главный корпус Тартуского университета
деревни русских староверов
Природоохранные территории Тартуского уезда
Река Эмайыги
Выбор музеев Тартуского уезда
Võrtsjärv Lake
Alam-Pedja Nature Reserve
Vapramäe–Vellavere–Vitipalu nature trails
Järvselja primeval forest
Peipsi lake
Piirissaar Island
Emajõe Suursoo Mire
Peipsi lake

Lake Peipsi is often called a sea since one cannot see its opposite shore. It is the fifth largest lake in Europe. It has a specific water and ice regime, own currents and storms. The lake also has a great economical value. The most important species in fish production are pike, perch, sparling, lavaret, northern pike, and European whitefish. One of the characteristic features of Lake Peipsi is its slight southward inclination. The river mouths in the southern part of the lake suffer from floods, the islands of the area are subject to heavy wave erosion. The northern part of the lake on the other hand suffers from crustal uplift impeding the outflow to the Narva River. In 1930 the source of the river was made deeper as the floods endangered the low-lying lakeshore areas. Along the shoreline one can see several shore types, e.g the northern shores have sandy beaches with nice dunes; there is a sandstone cliff at Kallaste and south from the mouth of the Emajõgi River extensive mire areas dominate the landscape.

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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