Rødding Højskole visits the Baltics
This week, Rødding Højskole – the world’s oldest folk high school – visits the Baltic States. The group of 75 students and teachers travelled from the school’s premises in southern Jutland in Denmark to the Baltics. They travelled across Lithuania and Latvia, and during their time in Riga, they visited the Danish Cultural Institute in Estoniaa, Latvia and Lithuania at the Latvian National Library. Now they are continuing towards Tallinn and Tartu in Estonia before they are heading home to Denmark. We hope their journey onward will be exciting and instructive – and we thank them for their pleasant company.