CULTURE Celebrations held to mark centennial day of Estonian independence in Tallinn

CULTURE

Celebrations held to mark centennial day of Estonian independence in Tallinn

Xinhua

08:40, February 25, 2018

Soldiers and military officials attend a parade for the centennial day of the Estonian independence in Tallinn, Estonia, on Feb. 24, 2018. Celebrations were held here on Saturday to mark the centennial day of the Estonian independence. Estonia officially declared its independence on Feb. 24, 1918. (Xinhua/Guo Chunju)

People participate in a ceremony of hoisting the national flag in Tallinn, Estonia, on Feb. 24, 2018. Celebrations were held here on Saturday to mark the centennial day of the Estonian independence. Estonia officially declared its independence on Feb. 24, 1918. (Xinhua/Guo Chunju)

People leave after participating in a ceremony of hoisting the national flag in Tallinn, Estonia, on Feb. 24, 2018. Celebrations were held here on Saturday to mark the centennial day of the Estonian independence. Estonia officially declared its independence on Feb. 24, 1918. (Xinhua/Guo Chunju)

Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas (Front) lays a wreath at the Memorial to the War of Independence in Tallinn, Estonia, on Feb. 24, 2018. Celebrations were held here on Saturday to mark the centennial day of the Estonian independence. Estonia officially declared its independence on Feb. 24, 1918. (Xinhua/Guo Chunju)

Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid (2nd L, Front) attends a wreath laying ceremony at the Memorial to the War of Independence in Tallinn, Estonia, on Feb. 24, 2018. Celebrations were held here on Saturday to mark the centennial day of the Estonian independence. Estonia officially declared its independence on Feb. 24, 1918. (Xinhua/Guo Chunju)

Eiki Nestor (L, Front), President of the Estonian parliament Riigikogu, attends a wreath laying ceremony at the Memorial to the War of Independence in Tallinn, Estonia, on Feb. 24, 2018. Celebrations were held here on Saturday to mark the centennial day of the Estonian independence. Estonia officially declared its independence on Feb. 24, 1918. (Xinhua/Guo Chunju)

Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas (R, Front) addresses a wreath laying ceremony at the Memorial to the War of Independence in Tallinn, Estonia, on Feb. 24, 2018. Celebrations were held here on Saturday to mark the centennial day of the Estonian independence. Estonia officially declared its independence on Feb. 24, 1918. (Xinhua/Guo Chunju)

Soldiers and military officials attend a parade for the centennial day of the Estonian independence in Tallinn, Estonia, on Feb. 24, 2018. Celebrations were held here on Saturday to mark the centennial day of the Estonian independence. Estonia officially declared its independence on Feb. 24, 1918. (Xinhua/Guo Chunju)

Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid (2nd L, Front) inspects a parade for the centennial day of the Estonian independence in Tallinn, Estonia, on Feb. 24, 2018. Celebrations were held here on Saturday to mark the centennial day of the Estonian independence. Estonia officially declared its independence on Feb. 24, 1918. (Xinhua/Guo Chunju) 


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