Literary walk in the Old Town (in Russian)

They say that sitting down is the new smoking. Since literature is sadly connected to a sedentary lifestyle – although you can read standing up, lying down or even walking – any kind of literary activities that involve physical exertion are extremely welcome. Literary walks are perfect for moving your body and mind at the same time. We all know that it is good to take around 10.000 steps every day, which is roughly 8 kilometres. We can assume that registering for our literary walks (by emailing from 10 May) will ensure meeting that target or even exceeding it. You can take care of your mind and body this year in Kalamaja, Nõmme and Kadriorg. The local historian Josef Kats will walk around the Old Town.

The assembly point is in front of the Estonian Writers’ Union

Registration begins on 10 May.

NB! All literary walks are in Estonian, unless specified otherwise.


Josef Kats


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