Tartu Inglisild (Angel’s Bridge)

When you walk to Toomemägi (Dome Hill) in Tartu, you will certainly notice the Inglisild, which was built in 1838 according to the design of architect JW Krause. There is a bar relief of the first rector of the University of Tartu GF Parrot with the writing “Otium reficit vires” on the bridge.
Interesting facts: - the name of the bridge probably comes from the name "English bridge" as the part was established in the English style.

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