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Before the written word, the people of Estonia handed down their stories and traditions orally. History of Estonia Podcast attempts to catalog the History of Estonia starting with the land that was settled and moving along a defined timeline. Once we reach modernity, we will go back in time once again and dig into more detail and dwell on the places, events and stories that deserve to be told more thoroughly.
 
Podstales desde Estonia es un podcast en el que te contamos cómo es vivir en Estonia desde el punto de vista de dos españoles. En Podstales desde Estonia os contaremos detalles, curiosidades, aventuras y píldoras de Historia sobre la joya del Báltico, Estonia, y especialmente sobre su capital y centro neurálgico del país, Tallín. Un podcast en el que el entretenimiento no está reñido con el rigor. ¡Disfruta de una visión única de un país del que, seguro, no conoces prácticamente nada! Puedes ...
 
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In this episode we cover the Estonian Foreign Policy after its Independence. Estonia Joins the League of Nations but no countries were willing to stand up for smaller nations if it would have possibly meant war with Germany or the Soviet Union. We also learn about an attempt to have the Baltic Countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland join…
 
How can one Moldovian woman, who has lived in Estonia for 6+ years, say that she doesn’t feel like an Estonian, rather “Kohilane”? *Why you shouldn’t go hitchhiking in Moldova? *Is Moldova actually a giant Soviet-styled Escape room? * What does it mean, if you spit on Moldovian field something is pound to grow? * If being naked in a sauna was easy …
 
In this episode we cover the pre war era in Estonia. A national emergency is declared and the President of Estonia becomes head of government through a coupe d'etat and rules through decrees, while the parliament only works on topics of secondary importance. Estonia is reported to have followed the model of government created in Fascist Italy.…
 
Listen to Viktorija sharing her passion for the jewelry world, giving insights into what it’s like to study in the Estonian Academy of Arts, how she got good at art history. How basketball in Lithuania has a similar meaning as singing in Estonia. Why do they talk with their pets?? And hey are Lithuanians and Estonians actually similar? 💎 check out …
 
In this episode we learn how the banking system was set up in Estonia in the 1920's to offer loans. It gave way too many loans and many defaulted on their debt leaving the state in a financial bind. Eventually, with the help of western countries the debts were restructured and the Eesti Kroon is finally introduced.…
 
Listen to our very bubbly chat with Ucha from Georgia. Ucha is passionate about startups, has contributed a lot to Garage48 and ESN networks, and focuses on building his own platform under the name Startup Ventures! He is a true activist, though at the same time a total introvert as he says. He shares how Eminem and hip-hop world kickstarted his jo…
 
The legend of Vana Toomas (old Thomas). In this episode we are going to cover something that almost everyone that has stood in Tallinn’s town hall square is probably familiar with. The weather vein of vana toomas, has sat on town hall square since the year 1530. It is a symbol of Tallinn as well as one of its legendary defenders. In 1944, Old Thoma…
 
Listen to as we chat with a lovely lady Penelope Piip, who has lived in Tartu for nearly 16 years already! She has seen Estonia changing and developing from inside and outside. And her first impressions coming to Estonia from Australia, were: it’s like going back in time with these tiny highways :) Get ready to hear more about lace making and handi…
 
Time for a duo show! Tiina and Kaisa sending away year 2020, discussing what were their highlights this year and what are their plans for the next year! The majority if this episode goes over all the 16 episodes published! Tiina and Kaisa put themselves to the test and share what stood out to them from each episode! They share memories from behind …
 
We chat with Jameela about differences between Palestinian people and Estonians. She shares, how she learned to speak almost perfect Estonian, how she doesn’t think winters here are too harsh. She shares her love for mashed potatoes and explains as how she grew up wearing hijabi. Get ready for some Palestinian health hacks and hearing about traditi…
 
Working in IT during the day and in the dance world during evenings. Marino started to appreciate Estonian food and the life in Tartu after living in Finland. He shares, how he turned his passion for latin dances into a blooming dance studio. What are the differences between Estonian introverts and Estonian extraverts. How different it might be to …
 
In this episode we cover the National Awakening. The National Awakening is a period of time after serfdom, in which Estonians were allowed to better themselves through education and hard work. With this a realization of pride for Estonian culture arose. Many began to question the dominance of the Baltic German overlords and pressed their own fundam…
 
I am back and looking forward to another winter of learning and retelling Estonian history. There is more house cleaning in this episode than usual, but we do get into to talking about the Mahtra War and the Kreenholm factory in Narva.We go on to cover Spiritual Life and Education in Estonia in the 19'th Century.…
 
It's time for the season finale! In the sixth episode, we talk about how to build a startup around physical products. This time, we are visited by the founder and CEO of Comodule - Kristjan Maruste. Comodule is a micromobility and IoT solutions company which connects electric vehicles to the internet. This year, Comodule also entered the scooter-sh…
 
He says: "before coming to Estonia he was just a plain software engineer, .." Maybe his life changed after he started drinking kama with keefir for breakfast to blend in more or maybe it was thanks to the clever hack, how he learned to say the letter “Ö” in Estonian and probably getting into composing music had its contribution. We’ll find out thro…
 
Iryna grew up in Belarus and moved to Tartu 6 years ago. We talk about Belarusian language and its new wave, about how she uses Russian and English language in Estonia. We dive deep into her musical background. We talk about how much Estonians dislike talking on phones. We get into different local traditions Kadripäev, Mardipäev, Jaanipäev and the …
 
In the fifth episode, we talk about how to support the mental health of you and your team. For the first time in this series, we had the pleasure of bringing in two guests from a startup that's widely known for setting a great emphasis on supporting the well-being and mental health of their employees - Pipedrive. You can hear from their senior Peop…
 
After living his entire life in Chile, Jaime decided it’s time to study abroad. After he convinced his parents, that yes this university he found on the other side of the world, is right fit for him, he did a little research, packed his bag and moved to Estona. First impressions after landing - wow, this country is so FLAT! Some other memorable imp…
 
Mathilde is full of artsy vibes. She loves yoga, tattoos, travelling and Estonia. After her Erasmus year in Tallinn, she has moved away multiple times and always found her way back! Our laid back chat contained hilarious stories about sauna, 3-course eating habits in France, her first impressions about seeing Estonia's highest hill.. Stories behind…
 
Startup in Estonia is a podcast where we discuss different pillars of a successful startup ecosystem by showcasing examples from Estonia. In the third season, we are looking into how to build a successful startup. In the fourth episode, we talk about how to help save the planet & still make a profit. The guest of this episode is Sandra Särav (@sand…
 
Taavi is from Finland or a guy without land, a European citizen? Yes, he’s going to elaborate on that. He is very open about, what annoys him about Estonia and Estonians. He shares his opinion about whether Estonians actually have their own standards, whether we should accept Russian language as our national language. The pressure of today’s societ…
 
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