Freedom Square is a popular public square located in Tallinn Old Town.
You can find significant city landmarks here along with restaurants and a bit of nightlife, including well-known jazz bar, Philly Joe's. It is also a place that various functions and events happen.
The War of Independence Victory Column is a memorial to those that died in the Estonian War of Independence. The Cross of Liberty sits on top of it.
I witnessed a rally for Belarus once in the Square - people were protesting the re-election of Alexander Lukashenko.
It also has it more relaxed moments, with people just enjoying a meal or night out.
I was really impressed by Cafe Mood, which sits just on the edge of Freedom Square. The atmosphere and service were fantastic - a very cool place.
The walls were painted by an Italian tattoo artist.