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Christmas in the Estonian Village

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With songs, games, presents, and tables laden with good things, the Christmas season is a beautiful time! In the Christmas Village at the Estonian Open Air Museum, you can explore the Christmas traditions of our ancestors and certainly learn a lot. How many meals were there on Christmas Eve, and what games did people play? Why is a sauna around Christmas so special? What did fortune-telling for the upcoming year look like?
In addition, you can have a look at our recent past in the Kolkhoz apartment building to see what changed in winter festivities over time. Why was Christmas not celebrated in the Soviet period? What did people eat and drink? When would little elves start visiting children?
Faint choir singing can be heard from the chapel, and the inn has become the centre of busy fairgrounds. You can buy a pretty gingerbread cookie or piece of handicraft to add to your gift bag, take a selfie next to the Christmas tree or give a high five to Santa.

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18.12.2021 - 19.12.2021

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