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When walking in Tallinn you will get to Freedom Square, we discovered this on the way to the Kiek in de Koek tower. Prominent in the square is the Vabaduse Monument commemorating the War of Independence.
You really can't go to Tallinn and not see this square in the heart of town. You go through here to the old town. The square has a part of the old fortification which is put under a glass frame . There is also the...More
When walking in Tallinn you will sooner or later come upon this square at the edge of the Old Town. Its most prominent feature is the Vabaduse Monument commemorating the vabadussoda (war of independence) from 1918 to 1920 on the western side of the square...More
The Freedom Square is the main square of Tallinn, where the military parades and various concerts take place. The square has had several names during history. For example it was Victory Square during Soviet occupation.
The monument to the War of Independence was unveiled here...More
This is one of the most impressive freedom squares I have seen. In addition to the sweeping square there is St. Johns Church on one side and the Vabaduse Monument behind. However the most spectacular feature is the on going blue, white and black light...More
We walked through here a few times but only as a waypoint to another point. It doesn't seem robust enough to be a stop as its own destination... As fun as it is. It has an industrial brilliance to it but lacks charm or old...More
Freedom Square is a Plaza in the South of the Old Town that at present hosts military parades and concerts.During the Soviet Era "Freedom Square" was called "Victory Square" hosting parades in honour of holidays like "Victory Day" and "October revolution".The "War of Independence Victory...More
Freedom square was on the way to my hostel, so I passed here several times a day. The square is special to imagine about 400,000 Estonians singing to the Soviet Oppressors, I loved the cross and then St. John's cathedral was nice too. Great place...More