100 years from the peace treaty between Finland and Soviet Russia

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Peace Treaty was signed at Estonian Students Society building (‘Eesti Üliõpilaste Selts’).

On October 14th, one hundred years passes from the signing of the peace treaty between Soviet Russia and Finland. Like treaty between Estonia and Soviet Russia signed on February 2nd 1920, another peace treaty was also signed in Tartu.

 

From Wednesday, October 14th to Sunday, November 1st

Tartu City History Museums have an honour to open an exhibition about the Finnish-Soviet Russia peace treaty. The exhibition is opened from Wednesday, October 14th at the Tartu City Museum. The exhibition is in Estonian and Finnish.

 

Saturday, October 17th

At 10–13 online conference “Tartu Peace Treaty Centenary – On the Virtual Footsteps of Paasikivi and Tanner” organised by Tuglas Society.

 

Feel free to watch a video about the historical table of Tartu peace treaties (English, Finnish, and Estonian subtitles available).

Special thanks: Embassy of Finland in Estonia, Tartu City

More information: Kert Kask (5664 4382, kert.kask@muuseum.tartu.ee)