GALLERY: Estonian Street Art ({{commentsTotal}})

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ERR News sent our Kaisa Kaer to snap up Estonian graffiti, with a few photos from folklorist Piret Voolaid, the founder of a database of street art in Estonia.

A study of proverbs led to the creation of the database recently, of Estonian graffiti with more than 600 entries of various messages, puns and jabs at politicians in public space, with the majority coming from the unofficial Estonian graffiti capital - Tartu.

For more information about the database and street art in Estonia, click here.

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