Estonia for all

March 2, 2017 14:24
Tallinn Estonia

The Old Town of Tallinn. (photo credit: BARRY DAVIS)


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I’ll go out on a limb. I’ll guess there aren’t too many Israelis who have sampled the delights of Estonia. Hands up all those who even know where Estonia is.

Come to think of it, anyone who follows political developments in this part of the world – this time I’ll guess that accounts for the vast majority of us – may be aware that the aforementioned Baltic state has generally shown a kind face in our direction. That sometimes extends to the Estonian points allocation for Israeli entries to the Eurovision Song Contest, too.


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