On 24 february 1989 the Estonian blue, black and white flag was again hoisted

toompea

 

“Toompea Hill, a steeply sloped elevation by the sea rising fifty metres above sea level, is known as the grave of Kalev, the epic Estonian hero. In the 11th century it was a stronghold of the Estonians, later the residence of the Danes, the Order of the Brethren of the Sword and the bishopric. Nowadays several government offices of the Republic of Estonia are located here. On 24 February 1989 the Estonian blue, black and white flag was again hoisted at the top of the Tallinn Hermann tower.”

– M. Mikk, Beautiful Tallinn, Perioodika Publishers, 1991