On 28 October, a traditional autumn fair is held at the Lindora crossroads, on the border of Setomaa and Võrumaa. No one knows how long the Lindora Fair has been held, but it is believed since the beginning of time. There is no program for the fair, and this is probably why it is one of the most authentic and popular fairs in Estonia: merchants often arrive one week earlier to take their places. This is a fair where food, handicrafts, and industrial goods are traded, but if it goes well, also live goods: piglets, sheep, cats, dogs, chickens, and geese. Of course you can get stuff your face with something good to eat at the fair as well.