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- Estonian Maritime Museum brings world-famous Vikings exhibition to Seaplane HarborCultureThe Estonian Maritime Museum will on Saturday open at its flagship venue the Seaplane Harbor a Vikings-themed exhibition of the Swedish History Museum titled «Vikings: Life Beyond the Legend», which brings to visitors a rich display of the Vikings' treasures and artefacts and sheds light on their culture and day-to-day life which until now have been overshadowed by legend.
- Facebooki põlvkond jätab hüvasti privaatsusega 4TehnikaMe anname sotsiaalmeedia- ja tehnoloogiaajastul täiesti vabatahtlikult ära üüratul hulgal isiklikke andmeid ja muudame oma elu üleilmseks väljanäituseks. Tänapäeva inimese elu lihtsalt on selline ja privaatsuse tähendus on ajas muutumas enam kui kunagi varem. Kuid esitada võib ka küsimuse, kas me loovutatu eest midagi ka vastu saame?
- Editorial: compensation for Soviet damages again tabledOpinionTalking about damages caused for the occupation, thought go towards human lives being destroyed even as we write this, in Ukraine, due to activities by Kremlin. To mainly Russian-speaking people, vast material damage has been caused and the environment devastated. Regrettably, the powers that be at Kremlin have failed to learn the lessons of history that slaughter of people and destruction of assets comes with a price - potentially to be paid by them and their nation.
- Medical scientist proves hypothesis set by Lennart Meri Location of mythical Thule convincingly linked with Saaremaa, EstoniaCulture
- Editorial: remembering the victims of communism and NazismOpinionWhile seemingly so during the brighter moments in human history, we are not on a path towards ever increasing civilization, away from atrocities, crimes and trampling on people's rights. Alas, the year at hand is no guarantee of avoiding the ugliness we eagerly label as «not for 21st century» even when happening before our very eyes.
- «Hopefully, we'll become properly Nordic»Opinion35 years back, it felt quite a feat for Andres Tarand to join in signing the Letter of 40 - as it afterwards became to be known. As it soon turned out, however, the prosecutor's office had nothing much to take hold of. Even now, Mr Tarand advises for people to be bold, while admitting a change will take a generation or two.