Several thousand people gathered to hold a street party in Saaremaa's capital Kuressaare for the seventh time last weekend.
It is estimated that a tenth of the island's population attended the event, which saw tables placed throughout the center of Kuressaare, "Aktuaalne kaamera" reported on Saturday.
The party took place after a two-year break due to coronavirus.
"We should have more than 3,000 people at the tables today, but I think that there are also a significant number of people around the tables, and, in total, there are around 4,000 people here," said organizer Terje Nepper.
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