Red Arrows Attract Thousands in Tallinn ({{commentsTotal}})

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The Red Arrows or the British Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team performed in the Baltics for the first time, showing their skills on Monday over Tallinn Bay.

The group, which turned 50 this year, was part of the Estonian Victory Day celebrations, and thousands of people turned up to watch the 30-minute show.



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