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Days of Macedonian Culture in Tallinn begin

05. November 2011. | 11:34

Source: MIA

 Event "Days of Macedonian Culture" in Tallinn - 2011 European Capital of Culture - opened late Thursday with exhibition "Macedonian Folk Costumes and Embroideries".

 Event "Days of Macedonian Culture" in Tallinn - 2011 European Capital of Culture - opened late Thursday with exhibition "Macedonian Folk Costumes and Embroideries".

The event, held November 3-5, is organized by the Ministry of Culture and the Macedonian Embassy to Estonia.

The display, set at the National Library of Estonia, is created by custodian Gordance Vidinic.

"Folk costumes and their rich colors, diversity and quality production created for generations, represent a permanent element of Macedonia's cultural heritage and assume a special place in the country's cultural and national identity", said Pero Josifovski, Museum of Macedonia director, at the exhibition opening.

Janne Andresoo, Director General of the National Library of Estonia, stressed this is the first cooperation project with Macedonia, expressing hope that collaboration would continue with more institutions in the future.

"Seeing this exhibition, you have something to be proud of. We can see the richness of your history and ethnography", added Andresoo.

Macedonian Ambassador to Tallinn, Nenad Kolev said the organizers wanted to transfer a part of Macedonia in Estonia.

"Estonians are close to Macedonians by mentality and culture. There are many similarities, even in the folk costumes. That is why the display has attracted so many people", said Ambassador Kolev.

The exhibition will be open until the end of November.


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