Monument to Barclay de Tolly

Prince Michael Andreas Barclay de Tolly (1761–1818) was a Russian military commander and field marshal general. Barclay de Tolly (Russian: Mikhail Bogdanovich Barclay de Tolly) was descended from a family of Baltic nobility. As a Russian military commander, Barclay de Tolly displayed talent and courage in several battles for which he was awarded 14 decorations. Barclay de Tolly has been awarded the 1st degree George's Cross, the title of Count, the rank of Field Marshal General, and the title of Prince.
The monument was erected in 1849. Authors V. Demut-Malinovski and A. Stsedrin. Barclay de Tolly is buried in his family tomb in Jõgeveste.

Prince Michael Andreas Barclay de Tolly (1761–1818) was a Russian military commander and field marshal general. Barclay de Tolly (Russian: Mikhail Bogdanovich Barclay de Tolly) was descended from a family of Baltic nobility. As a Russian military

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