Piirissaar

Jaanipäev (Summer Solstice) celebration on the Piirissaar island, right at the edge of the EU


Sergei, the real captain of the Koidula ferry The great Jaanituli (fire of St John) & Disco (in the early stages) The Black Sauna Still hot in the morning! Abandoned Old Believers' church of St Peter-Paul Piirissaar (being only 7 km2), is it's own municipality One of the border radars on the Lake Peipus Villagers' color madness These old barges were drown here to preserve the delicate shore from the waves of the lake And you thought Titanic lies in the North Atlantic? Self-proclaimed captain of Titanic barge Currently functioning Old Believers' church in the Saare village (Ževaček) Plants are still grown in the traditional way Here lies the body of Philip (in old Slavic) Onions are the traditional crop on the island The Koidula Ferry, operating between Laaksaarõ and Piirissaar Piirissaar's channel dug during the Soviet times divides the island into 2 parts, leaving the larger western part uninhabited
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Piirissaar