Around two million people joined hands, forming more than a 600-kilometre human line from the Estonian capital Tallinn via Riga, Latvia to Vilnius in Lithuania. Known as the Baltic Way, it demonstrated the unity of the Baltic states in their efforts to gain freedom and independence from the Soviet Union.
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