Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Remembering the Baltic Way

A small photography exhibition at the first floor lobby of the Latvian Foreign Ministry in Riga, awakens memories that have left a deep mark in the Baltic people’s hearts and minds and have shaped their fate. The Baltic Way that Moved the World tells the story of millions of men, women and children who held hands twenty years ago and joined three nations together in a peaceful protest against a powerful empire. That 600 km human chain was an unprecedented demonstration of their will to be free. Twenty years later, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are remembering and reminding the world with a series of events that run until November.

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