Estonia may be physically far from Spain but this hasn't stopped Flamenco dancing from establishing a foothold in Tallinn, as Rebecca Santana reports.Warning: when walking down Kaupmenhe Street in central Tallinn, the ground may start to shake as if struck by a mild earthquake and a thunderous clapping will be heard, as if a crowd were cheering on a matador poised to go head to head with a bull.But fear not. You're just walking by one of the hottest trends in Estonia: flamenco class.Mild, Nordic Estonian women, gripped by the appeal of the sensual Spanish art form, are showing up in droves ...
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