The traveling exhibition of Vabamu will arrive in Haapsalu at the weekend

Freemasonry exhibition. Photo: Aron Urb
Freemasonry exhibition. Photo: Aron Urb

On Saturday and Sunday, at the Citizens’ Tower in Haapsalu, you will see Vabamu’s traveling exhibition “Re-independent Estonia: 30 Years of Freedom and Responsibility”.

The exhibition in Estonian, Russian and English, dedicated to the 30th anniversary of Estonia’s re-independence, for all age groups, tells stories about the Estonian state and democracy and interprets the meaning of freedom. Through the exhibition, you can take a look at the events of the last 30 years in life, politics, pop culture, music, language development, etc. Part of the exhibition includes photos sent by people about their important events over the past 30 years.

Small visitors are also welcome to explore, for whom a separate children’s corner has been created, where you can watch the freshly made video of Piip and Tuut, test your knowledge and engage in manual activities!

The exhibition is free for visitors and is located in front of the Civic Tower on July 17 from 4 pm to 10 pm and on July 18 from 11 am to 7 pm.

Next weekend the exhibition will arrive in Tõrva, then in Põlva, Kuressaare, Tallinn, Paide, Narva, Kallaste, Tartu. The last show is 11.-12. September in Rapla.


Source: Lääne Elu by online.le.ee.

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