The traditional Christmas market opened amid pandemic restrictions in Town Hall Square in Tallinn on Friday.
Stores with sweets and souvenirs adorned with holiday decorations were seen set in the square, along with a carousel and amusement rides.
According to the media reports, city mayor Mihhail Kolvart stated that Christmas events will be held not only in the Old Town but also in other districts of Tallinn. Earlier, the Estonian authorities imposed a mask regime in public places and transport.
Locals are reportedly allowed to go to cafes and restaurants in a group of not more than 10 people. (ruptly.tv)