Setumaa is a part of Southern Estonia, where the border-question with Russia is still not solved. Some former Setu villages belong to Russia since Soviet period and were not given back to Estonia later, when the republic restored its independence in 1992 together with two other Baltic countries – Latvia and Lithuania. The folklore heritage in Setumaa is rich and well preserved and it has been a source of inspiration for students’ graphic works. Digital prints of graphic art, glass and drawings were shown together with two big-scale paintings. Tallinn business centre is located in Tallinn old town at Harju Street. It holds many offices and embassies of Japan and Norway (see The exhibition was also advertised by Linnaleht, which is a free newspaper available to the majority of Tallinn cityzens, published both in Estonian and Russian language. The exhibition was closed on 18th of February.