“There’s no better place in Estonia right now than Narva”

  • 2018-01-31
  • Michael MUSTILLO
 The Estonian city of Narva’s true wealth: it is Russian-speaking Europe, it is unique, it is weird, it is hard to define! A place where cultures meet and blend. A border between entities where exchange is happening. Narva has a complex identity, which is hard to define, but what makes the city unique is that it remains a melting pot for nations, periods and cultures. It further occupies a unique position within the European Union, as a Russian speaking city on the eastern extreme point of Estonia, on the border of the Narva River which separates the European U...
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