• A general view taken on February 17, 2011 shows Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • A car approaches on February 17, 2011 a wooden crossing built to pass cracks in the ice on Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • A car drives on February 17, 2011 on the longest ice road in Europe in Estonia. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • A general view taken on February 17, 2011 shows Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • A car drives on February 17, 2011 on a wooden crossing built to pass cracks in the ice on Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • A car drives on February 17, 2011 on a wooden crossing built to pass cracks in the ice on Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • A car drives on February 17, 2011 on a wooden crossing built to pass cracks in the ice on Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • A car drives on February 17, 2011 on a wooden crossing built to pass cracks in the ice on Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • A photo taken through the windshield of a car on February 17, 2011 shows a portion of Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • Workers measure on February 17, 2011 the thickness of the ice, which was between 30 and 40 centimeter, along Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA

  • A worker measures on February 17, 2011 the thickness of the ice, which was between 30 and 40 centimeter, along Estonia's longest ice road in Europe. The 26.5 kms road in western Estonia, which links the mainland to the country's second largest island of Hiiumaa, is to open on February 18 when the ice is thick enough. AFP PHOTO / RAIGO PAJULA


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