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Foto von: Kadi-Liis Koppel
Foto von: Kadi-Liis Koppel

    Russalka

    Das Monument „Russalka“ (1902) steht am Strand in Kadriorg. Es erinnert an das gepanzerte Schiff Russalka, das 1893 von Tallinn nach Helsinki aufbrach, wegen eines Sturms dort aber nie ankam. Alle 177 Besatzungsmitglieder verloren ihr Leben. Die Skulptur „Russalka“ von A. Adamson zählt zu den klassischen Werken estnischer Kunst.
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    • Nothing special

      tripadvisor rating 3 of 5
      Januar 3, 2022 Autor: Jean M

      A monument ot disappeared seamen. Classical. Not worth a detour but on the way to the north along the sea and difficult to miss.

    • Okay

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      Dezember 27, 2019 Autor: rabby_Sh00

      Just wondered past, good place to remember the lives lost, not necessarily a place that needs it's own visit. Has some nice benches nearby that look out to the port and the strait of Finland

    • A tribute

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      Dezember 7, 2019 Autor: ww_1984

      Monument built in tribute to those who were lost at sea. We stumbled across it as we were taking a stroll along the promenade. Very impressive although possibly not worth a specific trip to it.