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13th of January is the 30th Anniversary of the Freedom Defenders' Day for Republic of Lithuania to commemorate 14 victims that lost their lives during Soviet aggression on January 13, 1991. From January 12th 4pm til January 13th 9am thematic installation can be viewed on Tallinn Freedom Square, part of which is projected on the windows of Tallinn Art Hall Gallery. Author of the installation is animator Aurelijus Čiupas.
Opening of the exhibition devoted to the Baltic Way anniversary took place in Tallinn Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom on August 10th , 2020. The exhibition presents archival material and screening of a short documentary “The Inimitable Baltic Way“ presenting one of the greatest event aimed towards regaining political independence of the Baltic countries. This peaceful political demonstration of liberty happened at 19:00 on 23rd August 1989 in the form of a human chain of approximately two million inhabitants of the Baltic States joined hands from Tallinn through Riga to Vilnius. Presented historical pictures and documents merge with memories shared by ordinary people, organisers of the event and famous political figures, such as professor Vytautas Landsbergis, Romuald Ražuks and Enn Eesmaa.
On 11 March, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Restoration of Independence of Lithuania, the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Estonia hosted a diplomatic reception and a concert at the Tallinn Philharmonic House of Blackheads. Lithuanian and Estonian national anthems were performed together with guests of the event by Lithuanian jazz quintet CinAmono.
Honorable guests, Dear friends,
First, let me express sincere gratitude to everyone who came to be with us today, although currently mood around is not extremely conducive for attendance of public gatherings.