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Festival Light Walks in Kadriorg, Tallinn
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Light walks in Kadriorg is an annual festival in Kadrioru Park to send away the summer season. For this night the park became a miraculous and mystical place. There was more than 6000 candles and 1500 torches burning in the park!

There was also different performances from Estonian artists and fireworks in the end of the event.

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