We have had the greatest end of the season in co-operation with Royal Danish Embassy in Estonia and the start of the new-one looks promising.
Danish Queen her royalty Margrethe II and Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid, Vabaduse Väljak
The Danish Queen Margrethe II visited Tallinn in June. In connection with the visit there were several events in town but there were also one which had a permanent visual change to Tallinn – the Queen's Rose Garden.

DECC helped to raise money for buying Copenhagen benches to the garden for citizens and visitors to relax. We want to send our greetings and best wishes to the following companies and private persons for their contribution.

Many thanks to companies who donated the bench:

DFDS Eesti

Jysk from Denmark

Tvilum A/S From Denmark

Many thanks to private persons contributing to the benches:

Rene Møller
Filip Rasmussen
Peter Thomsen
Peter Thøgersen
Tallinn was full of the cultural Events by danish artists – concerts, exhibitions, guided tours and any other kind of happenings.

One of the events, concerning the Queen's visit, took place on Vabaduse Väljak. Here DECC had an area to introduce business relations between Denmark and Estonia.

With us there were CITIC Telecom CPC EstoniaKalev SpaRene TradingVia Hansa and DECCs council took shifts. There were represented danish artists Brian Sibola Hansen sculptures.
DECC had produced a photo wall to make memorable selfies and it was really popular! The Designer of the photo wall was Tiina Rasmussen and Rene Trading OÜ helped us with all prints and also balloons.
In the evening, after a stunning concert at National Theater Estonia, we had a fancy and joyful Gala Dinner at The Von Stackelberg Hotel's historical carriage house together with a cultural and business delegation from Denmark and Estonia.
Møns FK meets the ambassador Kristina Miskowiak Beckvard
Later in June there was a youth football match „Dannebrog 800“ between Møns FK and Tabasalu FC and a friendly match between Møns FK and Nõmme Kalju FC. The Danish teams from Vordingborg Municipality visited Tallinn not only for Football but also to have a memorable event concerning our joint history.

On 13th of July Estonian Air Force celebrated the 100th anniversary at Ämari Lennubaas with an international air show. To celebrate with Estonians, Danish Royal Airforce made an excellent show with a F16 jet painted in the colors of the Danish flag

It has been an exceptionally festive summertime!