воскресенье, 20 декабря 2015 г.

Max Kaur became a sponsor of the SOS Lasteküla Children's Village


At the end of the year Max Kaur, the Mayor of Mustvee, joined the ranks of the sponsors of the SOS Lasteküla Children's Village.
"Christmas is coming, and it should be a time for good deeds. We must come to the aid of children without parental care. The SOS Children's Village has chosen the right path: to form a large fund from small donations made by many people. That is why I joined the ranks of contributors of the SOS Children's Village. Let our children have a wonderful Christmas", said Max Kaur, the Mayor of Mustvee, capital of Peipus region.
Four years ago, the SOS Children's Village had 400 regular sponsors - now the number of those who make small monthly contributions to the cause of the SOS Children's Village has already exceeded 4,000. This year, the family of the SOS Children's Villages in Estonia celebrated its 20th anniversary. The idea to create the SOS Children's Villages emerged after the World War II in 1949, when the Austrian doctor Hermann Gmeiner began looking for a solution that would help war orphans and homeless children and provide them with the best possible home environment. The idea was materialised in the form of the first Children's Village in Austria, in the town of Imst. Today, the SOS Children's Villages operate in 133 countries and almost 80,000 children have found a new home full of love.

понедельник, 14 декабря 2015 г.

The Mayor of Mustvee Max Kaur was titled "Peipus region Person of the Year"

Continuing the tradition that started a few years ago, every year the newspaper “Chudskoye Poberezhye” names "Peipus region Person of the Year" choosing among the most active people in the local governments of our region, whose work results are obvious and become a common value. At the end of the outgoing 2015 this title was presented to the mayor of Mustvee Max Kaur.

“The Capital” of  Peipus - Mustvee city, which has a more than 500-year history, is developing today most intensively. The priority of development is tourism. Recently several new objects have been built here, i.e. a modern port building, a boat dock, one of the most beautiful bridge in the country, a lighted promenade along the beach, a sidewalk on one of the oldest street of the city – Tartu street. Not long ago a new hotel has been opened in the city, where it is possible to adequately accommodate tourists and businessmen. In Mustvee one can visit interesting museums, unique temples of different religious confessions, listen to organ music in the Lutheran church. It is also possible to enjoy the unforgettable fishing or organize romantic yachting on one of the largest lakes in Europe - the Peipus Lake.

вторник, 1 декабря 2015 г.

Mustvee Town has now got a fashionable Hotel

Ankur Hotel was opened in the capital of Peipus, Mustvee town on the 27 of November, 2015. According to the European hotel classification, it corresponds to a three star hotel.
Ankur Hotel is located in the central square of Mustvee, opposite the Palace of Culture and the town park, close to the international bus station. The new hotel features a restaurant and a bar, where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or a hearty meal. There are also shops that sell everything you need including suits and evening dresses.
“This year was very successful for Mustvee: in addition to the opening of a renovated port and the most beautiful bridge in Estonia, we now have the most fashionable hotel in the region welcoming both tourists and businessmen. Tourism is being developed year after year. In Mustvee you can see interesting landmarks and enjoy an organ recital in a church. You can also visit museums, go on an exciting fishing trip in summer or winter or take a romantic pleasure boat trip on one of the biggest lakes in Europe”, says Max Kaur, the mayor of Mustvee.
In recent years, Mustvee town is developing especially in the sphere of tourism. The town with over 500 years of history, two languages, three cultures and five churches has received the most beautiful bridge in Estonia, a new port building and berth, a slipway and a luxury boathouse. The Lutheran church in Mustvee has received a magnificent organ, which now grants both citizens and guests of the town the opportunity to attend organ recitals.