Chinese lantern festival lights up Estonia

Bright panda bears, pagodas and a 40-metre long dragon lit up a park in the Estonian capital Tallinn, where daylight at this time of year is no longer than six hours.

The Chinese-themed festival, which began on Dec. 6, is the first one of its kind in Estonia and featured more than 25 installations using about 10,000 LED bulbs.

China's ambassador to Estonia, Li Chao, and Tallinn's deputy mayor, Aivar Riisalu, along with other officials, had formally opened the festival.

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