Monument of Amandus Adamson

August Weizenbergi tänav-37, Kesklinna linnaosa, Tallinn

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The monument erected in honour of Amandus Adamson (1855–1929), a famous Estonian sculptor, is located in Kadriorg Park in Tallinn. The bust was installed in 1962 and its authors are the sculptor Albert Eskel and architect Allan Murdmaa.

Good to know: A. Adamson's most famous work is the sculpture Russalka Memorial. 

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Open all year round

24 hours

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Getting there
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  • Signposted
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Bus: Kumu
Tram: Kadriorg
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rabby_Sh00

rabby_Sh00

Okay

Just wondered past, good place to remember the lives lost, not necessarily a place that needs it's own visit. Has some nice benches nearby that look out to the port and the strait of Finland

ww_1984

ww_1984

A tribute

Monument built in tribute to those who were lost at sea. We stumbled across it as we were taking a stroll along the promenade. Very impressive although possibly not worth a specific trip to it.

Geminican

Geminican

Just a monument

It's a monument next to the sea and in between old town Tallinn and Pirita. If you have plenty of time, ok to scroll through, but no need. Take a peek if you are passing by should be enough.

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