The touring exhibition "Parliament 100" ("Riigikogu 100") presents the 100 years of history of the Parliament of Estonia, and covers the activities of the Estonian Provincial Assembly, the Constituent Assembly and the Riigikogu. The touring exhibition is designed as a street, with pairs of houses on two sides representing past decades of the representative assembly, which is also reflected in their architectural style. As public urban space is the territory of the people in a modern society and city streets belong to us all, it is the best spot and location for looking back on the history of the power of the people – the basis of the underlying idea of the exhibition and the metaphor of the street.
The exhibition area is 10.5 metres long, and 3 metres wide and high. It was designed by design agencies Identity and Ruumilabor, and built by design agencies Ruutu6 and Red Hat Group Design. The curator of the exhibition is the Parliamentary Information Centre of the National Library of Estonia. The touring exhibition opened in Viljandi and will visit Estonian cities throughout 2019.