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1989 After 44 years, the Estonian flag was raised on the Pikk Hermann castle tower while two million indigenous people of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, then still occupied by the Soviet Union, joined hands to demand freedom and independence, forming an uninterrupted 600 km human chain called the Baltic Way.

1991 The Soviet Union recognized the independence of the Baltic States and in 1994 the Russian army left Estonia.



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