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The 'Russalka' monument is a memorial in classic style to those who lost their lives on the Russian navy vessel of the same name. It is situated just opposite Kadriorg Park in Tallinn. The sculpture, created by Amandus Adamson in 1902, was placed by...more
Pirita tee, Narva maante crossroad, Tallinn, Estonia
Wonderful statue , but unfortunately there for a sad reason . This is a good stop if you are walking or cycling along the promenade anyway. But do not go out of your way to see it . Lots of building work on the promenade...More
This 16 metre impressive memorial stands on the shore and is a bronze angel that stands on a granite pillar. It holds an Orthodox cross out towards where the sunken ship, the Russalka, with its 177 crew are thought to be. The ship sunk while...More
This monument located not far from Kadriorg, and I , of course, walked along small road between old trees, for looking RUSSALKA ( Undine).
You can see sea beach also, and a lot of people swimmed there, because a weather was very hot...
A memorable statute which becomes iconic as you find your way around Tallinn. It's silhouette is very noticeable and is positioned at the junction of paths (to the adjacent park to Kadriog Palace) and on the main road into Tallinn. Being right on the beach...More
Nice statue by the beach which is only a 5 min walk from the place. The walk is through the park and it's very peaceful. Highly recommend that you take the short walk to this statue as well and enjoy the breeze from the sea.
A nice statue commemorating the loss of a Russian Navy ship 120 years plus ago. It's in a nice walking park. Our group of geocachers, stopped with our private tour bus. This is worth a visit, fairly close to art museum. A nice piece of...More
If you happen to be visiting the art museum, this is located a short walk from it. It's a memorial to the people lost in the sinking of the Russalka ship into the Baltic Sea about 120 years ago. It's situated in a nice park...More