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Estonia Travel Guide
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Built by German aristocrats in the 19th century, Pädaste was one of the few manor houses in Estonia that had not been built over by the state during the Soviet era. The property consists of a series of low stone houses and a main house arranged around a beautiful quad.
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A pioneer of Tallinn's young dining scene, chef Michael Bhoola has withstood the ebb and flow of trends since opening in 2000.
Things to do in Estonia
Get a feel for Estonian furniture design from the locally crafted—but surprisingly modern—beds and sofas. The bohemian-chic accessories include votive holders wrapped with mossy felt cutouts, thick shag rugs, and Dutch bath products from neighboring Nordic countries.