Miss Estonia

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Kadi Sizask represented Estonia at Miss World 2007

Miss Estonia is a national beauty pageant for unmarried women in Estonia that was first held in 1923. Domestically, he is also called Eesti Miss Estonia .

The first organizer in 1923 and 1925 was the film company Estonia-Film , which was looking for young talent. It was followed by the daily Päevaleht from 1929 to 1932 . The competition was not held for several decades. From 1940 Estonia was part of the Soviet Union . The Second World War and the rule of communism prevented further events. Only shortly before the collapse of the Soviet Union did political liberalization ( perestroika ) permit a new beginning.

The finalists take part in the international elections for Miss World , Miss Universe , Miss Europe and Miss Baltic Sea .

The winners

year Miss Estonia
1923 Sinaida Tamm
1924 not carried out
1925 Antonie Bergmann
1926-28 not carried out
1929 Meeta Kelgo
1930 Amalie Smager
1931 Lilly Silberg
1932 Nadežda Peedi-Hoffmann
1933-87 not carried out
1988 Heli Mets
1989 Cathy Korju
1990 Liis Tappo
1991 Erika Bauer
1992 Ruth Merila
1993 Lilia Üksvärav
1994 Eva-Maria Laan
1995 Enel Eha
1996 Helen Mahmastol
1997 Kristiina Heinmets
1998 Kadri Väljaots
1999 Triin Rannat
2000 Evelyn Mikomägi
2001 Inna Roos
2002 Jana Tafenau
2003 Maili Nõmm
2004 Sirle Kalma
2005 Jana Kuvaitseva
2006 Kirke Klemmer
2007 Viktoria Azovskaja
2008 Kadri Nõgu
2009 Diana Arno
2010 not carried out
2011 Madli Vilsar
2012 Katlin Valdmets
2013 Kristina Karjalainen

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