Scottish kilts invade Haapsalu for a weekend ({{commentsTotal}})

The resort town of Haapsalu on the west coast of Estonia held a Scottish festival this weekend.

Estonia is one of very few countries that has its own national tartan, gifted by Scotland in 2005.

The celebrations included a curling match between the British Embassy and the town officials, and a Robert Burns poetry marathon.

Editor: M. Oll



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