T-34 tank monuments aren’t rare in the former Eastern Bloc, and of course, Estonia got its share. This is the short story behind one of them, the T-34 monument at Siivertsi, in eastern Estonia. (more…)
In July and August 1944, at the verdant hills of northeastern Estonia, the calmness was broken in what would become a bloodbath. German and Estonian soldiers were determined to push the Soviet forces back in the famous Battle of the Blue Mountains (Sinimäed Hills) in Estonia. (more…)
So far to the east of the European Union, you can get, is in many ways an abandoned summer resort. Here had the communist officials the time of their life, but now the beach is empty. This is Narva Jöessu in East Estonia.
We are in the Estonian town of Narva. We will take a look how it is where you drive into Russia. This is the first article about the borders of Europe. It’s also a place where both NATO and Russia want to show their muscles. And what does Lenin point at above?