Attractions & museums
Photo: Kirsti Eerik

Jüriöö Park

Jüriöö park was established on the highest ground of Tallinn on the Sõjamäe ridge, 55 metres above the sea level. On May 14 in 1343 a decisive battle between the Livonian Order master Dreileben’s armoured men and Estonians was fought on Sõjamäe (Soldier's Mount), today know as Jüriöö park (St George's Night Park) area. Marking this battle and others the nation's long struggle for freedom, the 1918-20 War of Independence and World War II is a sword in the ground and memorial stone for the fallen. 

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  • Historical site and War Memorial

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    July 24, 2018 By Martin G

    This attraction was presented to us on a plate as it were, being situated right across the road from our Hotel Susi. This is a tranquil place and celebrates the beginning of the Estonian State back... Read more comments

  • Thoughtful, war memorial

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    May 20, 2017 By alvinbang

    War memorial in the outskirts of Tallinn. Worth a visit if you are into war history. Not much information on location google befor visit.

  • Something different

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    May 8, 2013 By leo_lindstedt

    An excellet place to get some extra konoledege abou the early history of Estonia (from year 1343). Take tram 2 or 4 and travel to the end station Ulemiste near the Majaka (Lighthouse). Wal about 200... Read more comments