Monuments and sculptures • Paide • More details
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The first Paide Limestone Days were held in 1996 and they developed into a tradition. Artists are given natural limestone to work with and create a piece of art. The sculptures are set up in Paide Town.
Interesting facts: The best known sculptures are Limestone Symphony on the corner of Kitsas and Väike-Aia Streets, which marks the birthplace of famous composer Arvo Pärt and the Hitchhiker on Tallinn Road that greets visitors of the town. You can get a map from Paide Tourist Information Centre that helps you find these sculptures.