Estonia is a country with a lot of atheists.
Estonia is a country with a very large number of atheists.
So if you ask me if those people’s lives are at all different from other Christian countries, the reality is that they are almost the same. An Estonian I met told me, “They say they don’t have any religion, but their lifestyle is pretty much the same as the rest of Europe.
After staying in Estonia for about six months, I agree with them. The lifestyle is no different from that of a Christian country.
As for Estonia, a country with a lot of atheists, but in fact, they are very pro-Christmas in Estonia, and they have been promoting the origin of the Christmas tree.
Incidentally, there are many other theories about the origin of the Christmas tree besides Estonia. I don’t dislike the Estonian style of claiming the origin of the Christmas tree, although there are many other strong theories.
E-government and Christmas trees, I would like to see Estonia, a small country of 1.3 million people, make the most of everything that appeals to them.
Let’s go see the Christmas tree in Tallinn’s City Hall Square!
Now, let’s go and see the most famous Christmas tree in Tallinn.
The old town is also decorated.
The Christmas tree is located in Laekoya Square (City Hall Square) in the Old Town.
And of course, we took our own street view!
Street view of the Christmas tree in Tallinn’s Laekoya Square (City Hall Square). Turn it around and look at it.
It looks pretty good, don’t you think?
City Hall Square during the Christmas market.
A modern Christmas tree made by the homeowner
At the house we were staying at, the landlord put up a homemade Christmas tree in the courtyard at Christmas time.
This Christmas tree is made directly from the wood used for the sauna and fireplace. With the electric lights, it looks very modern and stylish.
Isn’t that nice?
It’s good, isn’t it?
It’s good. Relaxing.
It’s good to have snow.
A Christmas tree, which one theory says originated in Estonia, is pretty good, right?
If you come to Estonia, Christmas time is also a great time to visit.
See you soon!
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