Photos: Urmas Lauri
In the craft room of the Haapsalu Beach Swedish Museum, the 42nd trap curtain is already hanging up, which is turning into a muddy autumn-colored shadow net for Ukraine centimeter by centimeter.
“The forty-second is up,” said museum chief treasurer Anu Raagmaa on Friday.
Riba-riba becomes a tarpaulin cover net with which to cover objects that need to be protected from military activity in Ukraine. In addition to tanks and other vehicles, shadow nets in Ukraine hide and save, for example, cultural values covered with sandbags so that they cannot be seen from above.
“Here is our permanent staff,” museum pedagogue Lydia Kalda introduced the women weaving the trap net as a shadow net: Liivi Viljaste, Õie Tomingas and Tiina Tammistu and Ukrainian women Aljona Yevchenko, Viktorija Tšepurna and Darina Karban.
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