Russian holiday of Ivan Kupala, Pskov region, Russia
South Estonian forests
The Catherine Palace, Tsarskoe Selo, St.Petersburg, Russia
AHHAA Science Centre in Tartu, Estonia
Nikoly I Monument, St. Petersburg, Russia
Pskov Krom. Dovmontov gorod, Trinity Cathedral, Russia
Lake Peipsi, Estonia
Isaak Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia
Narva-Ivangorod fortresses ensemble
Pavlovsk, St.Petersburg, Russia
A Concert in the bog, Estonia
Räpina Competence Centre for Creative Industries, Estonia
The Estonia-Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 aims to foster cross-border cooperation between the Republic of Estonia and the Russian Federation to promote socio-economic development.
The Programme will complement overall European Union – Russia relations focusing on the eligible border regions on both sides of the border.
On the 25th of September 2019, Saint Petersburg welcomed the interactive event “Nature as our common treasure” within the European Cooperation Day. Reaching out to the young audience, the focal point of event was nature protection and sustainable environmental management.
Since 2012, EU member states, partner countries and Russia have been celebrating European Cooperation Day. It has become a good tradition in the North-West of Russia to carry out thematic events aimed at familiarizing population of the region with the achievements and opportunities provided by cross-border and interregional cooperation.