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One thing Latvia and Estonia definitely have in common: Flat and sparsely populated landscapes along sandy coasts. So flat that the destinations our Latvian hitchhiker Kristina (whom we take from Riga northwards) wants to see most urgently are: Austria (Alps) … Continue reading
The streets of Tallinn are stunning, nobody seems to suffer from the former communist regime or the recent crisis. Euroskop spoke to Urmas Paet, Minister of Foreign Affairs, about the reasons for Estonia’s success, SMS voting, and our common currency.