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Seto leelos take you back centuries, to somewhere ancient and rural.
Setos themselves consider singing natural and everyday tradition, a way to express thoughts and emotions, to collect memories and pass them on to the future generations.
In Tartu, the part of UNESCO World Heritage belonging to Struve meridian arch is the Tartu observatory.
A plaque indicating the location of the arch is located outside the Observatory.
The Kärdla meteorite crater, which is 4 km in diameter and estimated to be 455 million years old, reminds us of its presence with artesian water, which boasts many health benefits.
The Kaali crater on Saaremaa, which is significantly younger and smaller, makes up the centre of the Islands' Geopark, which delights even the most demanding geology enthusiasts.
Estonia's versatile cultural heritage has not gone unnoticed.
Soon after, it developed as a major centre of the Hanseatic League, and its wealth is demonstrated by the opulence of the public buildings, such as the churches and merchant houses, which have survived to a remarkable degree despite the ravages of fire and war in the intervening centuries.While the first song celebration took place in Tartu (1869), the growing interest and popularity meant that the festival soon needed a place to call its own.From 1928 onwards the home of the much-loved festival has been the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds in the midst of the scenic pine grove on the coast of Tallinn.The islands of Western Estonia were selected to the Man and the Biosphere Programme (Ma B) of UNESCO already in 1990.Our nature has remained unique, untouched and diverse thanks to the skills and knowledge of local people concerning living in harmony with nature.