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Traditions

I think it is easier to say that a tradition is a way of doing things that is handed down from generation to generation in a family, club, nation, any group. Why are traditions important? They bring you closer together. They are a trigger, a reason to get...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Some people say that popular British-American traditions are destroying Estonian culture

Some people say that popular British-American traditions are destroying Estonian culture Always people have been interested about different cultures and I think, it's normal and good because it shows people want to know new things, improve their skills and widen their horizon. I chose this topic because I mostly agree with this. First either way is Estonian culture a mix of different cultures. Different countries like Germany and Russia have influenced our cultur e. For example Seto p...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Easter traditions in Estonia

Easter traditions in Estonia Easter traditions are rather young in Estonia. Our grandmothers took the eastern habits from BalticGermans without taking over the meanings ­ painted eggs just seemed so beautiful. So for us, their grandchildren, painting eggs has no connection with religion traditions. It is more like a way of expressing one's creativity. We use di...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Greec wedding traditions

It all starts with the engagement, which is held in the presence of family and friends. The bride and the groom will exchange rings. After that there is usually a feast to celebrate the engagement. Wedding day is usually Sunday, because it is supposed to bring good luck to the young couple. All the week before the weddings is also important. During the...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Australian traditions

Attempts to get Halloween off the ground have stalled due to one too many homeowners telling little kids to get off their property or they will see a scary sight. Australia celebrates many of the same holidays as do people of the Western world, such as Easter and Christmas. However, Australians also celebrate some holidays unique to their country and culture. Australia Day...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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Welcome to Estonia! Tallinn, The Old Town, traditions and customs etc

Mona Maria Tammik 11B Welcome to Estonia Hello, my name is Mona and I will be your guide today. I will show you around this schoolhouse and tell you about the tiny yet amazing country called Estonia. Estonia is a country in Eastern Europe. It's a small country beside the Baltic Sea...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Anglo - Saxon

The Anglo-Saxons built small towns near their centres of agriculture. In each town, a main hall was in the centre. The architectural character of Anglo- Saxon ecclesiastical buildings range from Coptic influenced architecture in the early period; basilica influenced Romanesque architecture; and in the later Anglo-Sax...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Thanksgiving

It is usually a family day celebrated with big dinners. On this day, Americans give thanks for the blessings they have enjoyed during the year The first Thanksgiving was held in Plymouth in the 17th century. The people of Plymouth had come to America from England. In their native land they had b...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Inuit Culture

Inuit Culture, Traditions , and History Traditional Inuit way of life was influenced by the harsh climate and stark landscapes of the Arctic tundra ­ from beliefs inspired by stories of the aurora to practicalities like homes made of snow. Inuit invented tools, gear, and methods to help them survive in this environment. Read on to learn more about traditional Inuit ways of life, and how Inuit cultu...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Eating habits

Eating habits in Estonia Mari-Ann Lepp 9th A class History Traditional Estonian food has its roots firmly in the countryside The main culinary influences were from Germans The Estonian cuisine is historically pretty poor- pork, fish, cabbage soup, potatoes, vegetables and dairy products. Eating times and habits Depending on the rhythm of life, different Estonians also have different prefer...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Tervitamine erinevates kultuurides

Tervitamine erinevates kultuurides Sissejuhatus · Maailmas on väga palju erinevaid tervitamise viise. · Inimeste kohtumisel on tervitamine esimeseks sõbralikkuse ja lugupidamise avalduseks. Tervitamine erinevates kultuurides · Moslemi naised ja mehed ei puuduta ega suru üksteise kätt. Araabia · Araablased tervitavad käteldes iga kord kui nad koht...

Kultuurilugu - Lääne-Viru Rakenduskõrgkool
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Essay: online news and newspapers

Essay Online news portals will make the newspapers a thing of the past Technics and scient achievements are newing all the time. For that reason people get more and more comfortable and lazier. Old traditions and values are disappearing from people´s lives. For example- films are now in 3D and 4D, people can shop online, they don´t have to go to the...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Haldustraditsioonid Läänes

02.2017 Analüüsitav artikkel: Rugge, F. (2003) Administrative Traditions in Western Europe. - In Peters, G.P., Pierre, J. (eds) Handbook of Public Administration. Sage. Etatismi võidukäik. Etatism on poliitline mõttesuund, mille kohaselt riik omaette väärtus ja ülim eesmärk, mille nimel peavad kodanikud allutama oma taotlused ja heaolu. 19. sajandi lõpust sai alguse etatismi võidumarss, mille kulminatsiooniks oli fašismi ja kommunismi ideoloogia loomine ja praktiseerimine. Võttes arvesse 19.sajandil maailmaaj...

Politoloogia - Eesti Mereakadeemia
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English portfolio

It can be regarded as the ideal legislative model expressing the supremacy of the nobility. But everyday life during the serfdom period, which in Estonia has been researched even less than the agrarian legislation, was still largely shaped by the patriarchal relations between landlords and peasants, founded on customs and traditions . The rapid growth of the Estonian population 4|Page in the 18th century has even been seen as a sign of the relatively tolerable circumstances of the region's peasantry. The deterioration in the peasants' circumstances was perhaps caused by general economic development rather than by th...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Tallinn

The Tallinn City Museum in Vene Street surveys the history of the town from the 13th century to 1940. The interior of a typical medieval merchant's house adds a special charm to the display. The tower of Fat Margaret houses the Estonian Seafaring Museum, whose varied displays on its four floors tell visitors about navigation, old and modern ships, lighthouses and more, describing the development of Estonian seafaring and fishing traditions . The Estonian Open-Air Museum at Rocca al Mare is actually the Estonian Village Museum, covering 84 hectares around Kopli Bay. It displays the rural architecture of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Other museums in Tallinn are the Marine Museum, Kumu, The Museum of Applied art and the Museum of Foreign Art. 6. Different parts of modern Tallinn Tallinn is divided in to 8 different districts, each wi...

inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
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Canada

There are also legal terms for them and it applies to a native person who is registered under the Indian Act and it means that they are entitled to free medical care, education and training. Some of them, whose ancestors signed treaties also receive a small amount of money. Metis are the people who are half indigenous and half other race, the came from the marriages between different races. They have good traditions and a dance called the jig. They live in communities in the rural areas. The Inuit, who don't want to be called Eskimos because of its meaning ,,meat- eaters", are the founded people, and over the years their life has changed dramatically and they feel that the modern people don't respect nature and that modern cultures had neglected and abused it. 10. Sports A wide variety of sports are played in Canada. Ice hockey, referred to as sim...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Straitland

The Island of Kihnu is the biggest island in the Gulf of Riga. There are some peculiarities in local dialect, dressing, folk songs and wedding customs. Saaremaa is the largest island in Estonia and is characterized by rare plants, windmills, thatched roofs, stone fenches and the hospitality of the local people. The islanders hold on to old traditions and take pride in their folklore. A road spans the strait between Saaremaa and Muhumaa. The biggest city on Saaremaa, Kuressaare, is a quiet green town with friendly unpolluted environment and it has been the biggest port trade centre. The old part of the town has been well restored in Baroque architecture style. Its sights include the Town Hall, the Episcopal castle and a Town Park with a wide variety of plants, trees and bushes. Lake Ka...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Why should tourists visit Estonia?

We have so many different cultures from different places put into a little place all together that you could almost say we are a huge city not a country. And that has influenced us in a very remarcable way. Since the time we can remember we have been under Danes, Swedes, Germans, Russians, Polans and other. We have taken their traditions into our daily lives and forgotten ours. But still despite the fact that we bearly know our own language structure or our old traditions,we try to awake them once again. Estonia is one of the worlds wealthiest countries when it comes to forests. Almost half of the country is covered with the divercity of trees.Also we have many big rivers. Nowadays there are many possibilities to hike in the forests or to go for a ride on the river.Many...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Islam

Islam is described in the Qur'an as "the primordial nature upon which God created mankind", and the Qur'an states that the proper name Muslim was given by Abraham. As a historical phenomenon, Islam originated in Arabia in the early 7th century. Islamic texts depict Judaism and Christianity as prophetic successor traditions to the teachings of Abraham. The Qur'an calls Jews and Christians "People of the Book" (ahl alkitb), and distinguishes them from polytheists. Muslims believe that parts of the previously revealed scriptures, the Tawrat (Torah) and the Injil (Gospels), had become distorted--either in interpretation, in text, or both. God Islam's fundamental theological concept is tawhd--the belief that there is only one God. The Arabic term for Go...

Religioon - Keskkool
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Lõuna Aafrika rahvusköök

Cuisine of South Africa has had a variety of sources and stages: · Cookery practised by indigenous people of South Africa such as the Khoisan and Xhosa- and Sotho-speaking people · Settler cookery introduced during the colonial period by people of Indian and Afrikaner and British descent and their slaves and servants - this includes the cuisine of the Cape Malay peo...

Kokandus - Kutsekool
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