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Between the Baltic and the Mediterranean Sea discovering the Estonian History


On September 22nd in Italy, European legends enthusiasts have found something to sink their teeth into, during the presentation in Rome of a book by Lennart Meri (at the Travel Literature Festival). The publication (Publisher Gangemi) is by the Foundation Lennart Meri and by the ‘Italy Estonia’ Association. “Hõbevalge”, appeared on the bookshelves in 1976 and has a special meaning twenty five years after the regained independence of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The island of Thule. Photo credit: wikipedia.org

On September 22nd in Italy, European legends enthusiasts have found something to sink their teeth into, during the presentation in Rome of a book by Lennart Meri (at the Travel Literature Festival). The publication (Publisher Gangemi) is by the Foundation Lennart Meri and by the ‘Italy Estonia’ Association. “Hõbevalge”, appeared on the bookshelves in 1976 and has a special meaning twenty five years after the regained independence of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The philologist Mart Meri, the professor Antonello Folco Biagini (University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’), the Journalist Maurizia Giusti (Syusy Bladi), the translator of the book, Daniele Monticelli (semiotics’ professor at the university of Tallinn) and the curator of the project Gianni Glinni have contributed to the debate.

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