Life on the edge of two worlds
When travelling through South-Estonia, you may have a look at some sights worth discovering through the yellow windows of the National Geographic magazine.
Bright yellow squares placed in the landscape narrate a story about a special place near Russia and Latvia, on the border of the European Union.
The yellow windows draw the attention of both local and foreign tourists to the rich cultural heritage of South-Estonia, to its magnificent landscape and its innovative businesses.
Two National Geographic yellow windows have been placed in Põlva county. They are located in Valgesoo and Estonian Road Museum. There are more windows nearby in Seto and Võro regions. More information is available on web page www.visitsouthestonia.com.