Yes this is real life.
A #driverless bus is now connecting the end-of-the-line tram stop and the Kumu Art Museum in #Kadriorg, one of the most picturesque areas in the #Estonian capital, #Tallinn.
Now here’s an ancient tradition we dig <3
Sounds about right, this.
Bypass Helsinki for another place with a vibrant art scene and Scandinavian history.
Freedom Square used to be one gigantic parking lot! Although those cars look super cool, we like it better when cities are for people not cars 🙂
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Yup we did this human chain thing 30 years ago and it was truly grand.
But while we have your attention, as you probably know the Amazon rainforest is on fire and it’s pretty bad for the planet we all call home. Embaixada do Brasil em Talin – Embassy of Brazil in Tallinn, we are looking at you. Humans can achieve significant change if we come together and act, just like Baltic nations did three decades ago. Taking care of the Amazon rainforest which generates 20% of world’s oxygen is no small task, but a task we must honor if we are to continue our existence on planet Earth.
August is a pretty significant month for many in Estonia and elsewhere in Eastern Europe. Here’s one take on why that is.
Thirty years ago this month, a series of peaceful demonstrations in Eastern Europe set off a chain of events that culminated in the collapse of the Soviet Union. Looking back, it is now clear that Europe experienced a miracle in 1989: the story could have had a much darker and bloodier ending.
What a perfect Saturday weather!
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