Ministère de la culture Inrap

Harju, Estonia

Archaeological finds and collections in Estonia

FreeFriday 17 June, Saturday 18 June, Sunday 19 June

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc7t8hgYBwRPTaFKeZA0iMQ; http://instagram.com/arheotuur)

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As part of the European Archaeology Days 2022, arheotuur is introducing Estonian archaeological sites and finds via YouTube and Instagram (in Estonian). On June 17th–18th, the focus is on Tallinn. Grave furniture from Niguliste, a 19th century pottery production site (Pärnu Rd 59), dinnerware from the second half of the 18th century from Toom-Kooli St, Fat Margaret and the limestone quarry of Toompea will take center stage as a series of YouTube videos. On June 19th, 10 archaeological finds from all over Estonia will be presented as posts on Instagram. This program is a continuation of the stories presented as part of European Archaeology Days 2020 by arheotuur on the archaeological heritage of Hiiumaa, Western Estonia.

Discovery tour

Discovery tour

Arheotuur

Arheotuur is introducing Estonian archaeological sites and finds via YouTube and Instagram (in Estonian). On 17 and 18 June from 12 to 18, the focus is on Tallinn. Grave furniture from Niguliste, a 19th century pottery production site in Tallinn, dinnerware from the 18th c from Toom-Kooli St, Fat Margaret and the limestone quarry of Toompea will take center stage as a series of YouTube videos. On 19 June, 10 archaeological finds from all over Estonia will be presented as posts on Instagram.

Free

Family, General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Press contact:

Helle Solnask

helle@muinsuskaitse.ee

+372 53494304

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    Monika Reppo
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    Monika Reppo

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