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Education Far from War

By Anjelica Rubin Paper snowflakes taped to the circular glass windows on the exterior of an otherwise drab building in the center of Tallinn are the only hints of what lies within. Inside, laughter and the occasional shout echo up the winding staircase as teachers usher stragglers into their classrooms and remnants of Estonian independence […]

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Heads and Tails

By Anjelica Rubin Just ten minutes from Old Town lies the cast iron head of Vladimir Lenin. It’s one of many remnants of Soviet era statues displayed outdoors year-round at the Museum of Estonian History at Maarjamäe Castle. Bordering part of the museum’s new park, the exhibition—the largest in the country — consists of 21 […]

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