This winter, as has already become tradition, we will also be celebrating svjatki and Orthodox Christmas (talsipühad) at the Estonian Open Air Museum.
There are many nationalities in Estonia who celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on the 6th and 7th January, and our event is meant to bring joy to those minority communities. Many Ukrainian war refugees have arrived in Estonia this year, and as they will be unable to celebrate Christmas in their homeland as usual, they are especially welcome to come. We have prepared the programme of the event with them in mind.
The event will take place in the Seto farm and the Peipus-Russian dwelling as well as on the meadow between the buildings.