TALLINN – The Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications told the National Heritage Board in a letter that it agrees with the preservation of the Linnamae hydroelectric power plant and the accompanying reservoir in the existing traditionally developed environment, which is important for preserving Estonia's construction history and cultural heritage as well as the identity and specific character of the Linnamae location.
"I am very grateful to the public authorities for supporting our community in the struggle to preserve their habitual enviro...
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