To celebrate the centenary of the restored Lithuania on Friday, 16 February, the LED lights on the Tallinn Freedom Square lit up in the colours of the Lithuanian flag as early as today. On the morning of 16 February, members of the Estonian Government and Lithuanians living in Estonia will sing the national anthem in front of the embassy of the Republic of Lithuania.
“Baltic countries are connected by a common history and the unwavering wish to create their own future,” said Margus Kasterpalu, Head of Major Events at Estonia 100 Organising Committee. “This is why we have lit the Tallinn Freedom Square in the colours of the Lithuanian flag to celebrate the centenary of the restored Lithuania and will welcome our Lithuanian friends on the morning of 16 February by singing their national anthem.” The colours of the Lithuanian flag can be seen on the Freedom Square until the evening of 16 February. In addition, the public transport vehicles in Tallinn have also been decorated in the colours of the Lithuanian flag.
On 16 February, 100 years will pass since restoring Lithuania. Read moreat www.lietuva.lt/100/en/