Limestone Sculptures in Paide Town

Tallinna tänav-55, Paide linn, Paide

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The first Paide Limestone Days were held in 1996 and by now, they have become a tradition. Artists are given natural limestone to work with and create a piece of art. The sculptures are set up in Paide Town.

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The best known sculptures are Limestone Symphony and Source of Creation on the corner of Kitsas and Väike-Aia Streets, which mark the birthplace of the famous composer Arvo Pärt, and Hitchhiker on Tallinn Road that greets visitors of the town. You can get a map from Järva County Tourist Information Centre that helps you find these sculptures.

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  • Wheelchair access

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  • Sealed access road
  • On foot only
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Bus: Paide bussijaam
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Papudrakus

Papudrakus

Funny symbol of the city

Paide in the past was called White Stone (Biały Kamień). The reason of it is a huge resource of lime stone. Some of them were serious, some of them abstract but few I remember very well. My favorites...

armosoff

armosoff

Стоит ознакомится

Гуляя по парку не сразу и внимание обратишь, что разбросанные камни на самом деле произведения искусства. Но присмотревшись обращаешь внимание на реализацию идей художника. Крайне занимательно

Erling G

Erling G

"Kalkstensskulpturernas stad "

Varje år utser man den bästa kalkstensfiguren vid en tillställning i staden. Figurerna står på Vallimägi kullen runt i fästningsområdet och runt om på gräsmattor i staden. I rondellen vid infarten...

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