Tallinn

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study history

school and spending another year in technical school in Tallinn, he went on to study history in University of Tartu. He graduated in 1987 and continued postgraduate studies from 1989 to 1992, receiving his Master degree in history 1997. DATE OF BIRTH 5 June 1962 PLACE OF BIRTH Tallinn, Estonia DATE OF DEATH * - 3. 11 October 2008 A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, Estonia


live events

with young Estonians during the week (Ladies Night on Wednesday) and general party crowd at the weekend. Standard is euro trash and top40 songs. Gets started at 23:00 but before 01:00 the party doesn't rock. * *


leadership style

intention to leave politics. However, in 1996, he participated in the elections of the ''Riigikogu'' and became the Chairman of the Tallinn City Council. His return to the Centre Party leader's post evoked a split, as some leading members disillusioned with Savisaar's leadership style left to found ''Arengupartei''. From 2001 to 14 October 2004, he was mayor of Tallinn. On 11 April 2005, he became Minister of Economic Affairs and Communications in the new coalition of Prime Minister Andrus Ansip. From 1992 until 1995, Savisaar was the Vice-Speaker of the Estonian Parliament (Riigikogu). From 17 April – 6 November 1995, he was the Minister for Internal Affairs. When he was accused of recording private conversations of other politicians, the entire government faltered. Although his participation in the recordings was never proved, he announced his intention to leave politics. However, in 1996, he participated in the elections of the ''Riigikogu'' and became the Chairman of the Tallinn City Council. His return to the Centre Party leader's post evoked a split, as some leading members disillusioned with Savisaar's leadership style left to found ''Arengupartei''. From 2001 to 14 October 2004, he was mayor of Tallinn. On 11 April 2005, he became Minister of Economic Affairs and Communications in the new coalition of Prime Minister Andrus Ansip. In relation to Savisaar's reactions to the Bronze Soldier controversy, an online petition website www.mahasavisaar.com was created on 29 April 2007 to suggest resignation of his position as the Mayor of Tallinn. WikiPedia:Tallinn Dmoz:Regional Europe Estonia Harjumaa Tallinn Commons:Category:Tallinn


energy+holding

accessdate 5 November 2013 language Estonian From year 2011 regular cruise turnarounds in cooperation with Tallinn Airport are organised. Energy Eesti Energia, the worlds biggest oil shale to energy company has its headquarters in Tallinn. The city also hosts the headquarters of Elering, a national electric power transmission system operator and member of ENTSO-E, the Estonian natural gas company Eesti Gaas and energy holding company Alexela Energia


short program

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football red

ten appearances in that qualifying campaign, only missing the team's away match against Ukraine (Ukraine national football team) due to a one-match suspension for a red card (Misconduct (football)) received in the previous home match against Slovenia (Slovenia national football team). He was also the team's starting goalkeeper at the Euro 1996 finals in England, making three out of possible four appearances and only missing the final group match against Portugal national football


time modern

flight en route to Helsinki, Finland from Tallinn, Estonia that crashed into the sea on August 10, 2005, at 12:45 pm local time. Modern times In the summer of 2003, they were back in European competitions. They played in the UEFA Intertoto Cup. OFK humiliated Estonian side Narva Trans (FC Narva Trans) at home by the score of 6–1, but UEFA cancelled the result because of a smoke bomb being thrown on the field during the game. It was later discovered that it was an act of an angry hooligan from a city rival, furious about his club being relegated to the Second Division (Serbian First League). Consequently, only the second leg result would count. OFK Beograd did not let its fans down and won in Tallinn with a score of 5–3. They were eliminated in the second round by Czech (Czech Republic) representants Slovácko (1. FC Slovácko), with a score of 4–3. 10 October 2009 A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, Estonia WikiPedia:Tallinn Dmoz:Regional Europe Estonia Harjumaa Tallinn Commons:Category:Tallinn


good critical

. The Estonian production opened in Tallinn in November 2006 to a good critical acclaim. The Estonian cast contained Nele-Liis Vaiksoo as Serena, Rolf Roosalu as Schlomo and Kaire Vilgats as Miss Esther Sherman. *In Prilep, Republic of Macedonia, ''Фестивал на пивото'' (''Festival na pivoto'') or ''Пивофест'' (''Pivofest''), held every year in July. *In Tallinn, Estonia, festival Õllesummer is held every year in July. *In Trondheim, Norway, an Oktoberfest is held every second year during the student festival UKA. thumb left Anniversary badge of Estonian Girl Guides (File:Eesti Gaidide Liit 75th.png) Guiding in Estonia started in 1919, when the first Guide unit was formed in Tallinn. As elsewhere, the forerunner of Estonian Guiding was the Scout movement, and the first Guide units came into being as part of Scout units. The first independent district was formed in Tallinn in March 1920. In 1921, independent districts were formed in Tartu and Valga (Valga, Estonia). hometown residence Tallinn, Estonia death_date After graduation, he moved to Estonia, initially obtaining a post in the Tallinn Radio Orchestra, then later deciding to focus on composing. He entered the conservatory at Tallinn, studying composition under Heino Eller. language Estonian (Estonian language) headquarters Tallinn, Estonia editor Merit Kopli - '''08''' (00) 2004-03-21 Tallinn WikiPedia:Tallinn Dmoz:Regional Europe Estonia Harjumaa Tallinn Commons:Category:Tallinn


short run

2011 St. Petersburg 2011 Berlin 2011 Nitra Estonia ''Vampiiride Tants'' premiered in Tallinn on November 10, 2000 in the Tallinna Linnahall arena for a short run of 10 performances. Due to success, the show was repeated in Estonia in a concert version in 2004 with the same cast members, except for Koit Toome who was replaced by Andero Ermel. Nele


contemporary victory

väljak lat 59.43371 long 24.74407 directions phone tollfree fax hours price content The Freedom Square is one of the main squares in Tallinn, featuring the simple and elegant St. John's Church from the 1860s and the contemporary Victory Column, erected in 2009 to commemorate the Estonian War of Independence of 1918-1920. The square looks especially spectacular at nighttime, when the column is lit up. *

Tallinn

'''Tallinn''' ( ) is the capital and largest city (List of cities and towns in Estonia) of Estonia.

Tallinn occupies an area of The city was a European Capital of Culture for 2011, along with Turku in Finland.

The city was known as '''Reval''' from the 13th century until 1917 and again during the Nazi occupation of Estonia from 1941 to 1944.

32.7% of Estonia's total population lives in Tallinn.

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