What's it like driving on Europe's longest ice road?
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Navigating Europe's longest ice road from Estonia to Hiiumaa

Europe's longest ice road is 26km long and stretches over the frozen surface of the Baltic Sea, connecting Estonia's mainland to the island of Hiiumaa.

It is usually open from late January to late March when the ice is thick enough to carry the weight of vehicles.

The director of the island's museum, Toomas Kokovkin, described the experience.

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  • 19 Jan 2016