Its located just on promande.Meaningful statue with history behind it.It is monument to fallen members of navy.
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This is a very pretty statue at the waterfront. The story goes that it marks the location of where a boat sank. Not otherwise a lot to see here.
This is a great monument to mark the ninth anniversary of the sinking of the Russian warship Rusalka. It is still a mystery how it sank.
Russian couples go there on their wedding to take pictures. It is also nice place to walk in Pirita. Its close to centre of Tallinn, only 10-15 minutes by walk
This is a statue for tribute of fallen sailors. Its at the end of the walk through Kadriorg park.The beach is not the nicest but it was cold and it was August. Not much else around this area.
The Russalka monument commemorates the loss of life when a boat sank & some 179 people were lost at sea. It is a good long walk from the Old Town so, one might prefer to take a taxi to visit it.
This place is on the way from the city center to my hotel; therefore I saw it several times. whenever I was it, there was no one. This place was in a walking distance from my hotel. I was supposed to stay on the beach...More
We stopped here because the sightseeing bus has a stop here. In front you have the ocean and you can have a stroll around it's lovely walk. The figure is nice too
To the casual visitor it is a memorial to a tragedy at sea, but in reality our guide provided some very interesting information. It is designed to replicate the bow of a ship and commemorates the sinking of a Russian warship. It was built in...More