The Days of National Cultures were founded with the goal of bringing together Tallinn’s ethnic minorities and highlighting the diverse and interesting cultures of the various nations that live here.

The Days of National Cultures provide an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about the cultures that surround us through food, dance, language, music, art, and other activities.

Events are held in a variety of locations in Tallinn, ranging from cultural centres to libraries, the Town Hall Square to the botanical garden, and are mostly free of charge. 24. Estonia celebrates National Minorities Day on 24 September.

Since 2015, numerous events have been organised in Tallinn in the month of September to celebrate this day. The largest ethnic groups in Tallinn include Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians, Finns, Jews, and Tatars, but the city is also home to hundreds of residents from Latvia, Lithuania, Germany, Italy, Sweden, and other countries.

The diversity of cultures broadens the city’s cultural landscape and enriches the lives of all residents.