'The Broken Line' monument

This monument was erected on the Suur Rannavärav bastion in Tallinn in memory of those who lost their lives on the 'Estonia' ferry, which sank on the night of 28 September 1994 between Tallinn and Stockholm. 137 people were rescued, but 852 died - 757 of whom were never found.

This monument was erected on the Suur Rannavärav bastion in Tallinn in memory of those who lost their lives on the 'Estonia' ferry, which sank on the night of 28 September 1994 between Tallinn and Stockholm. 137 people were rescued, but 852 died - 75

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 64 reviews | Write a review
  • Loving and moving

    History behind it is already described in many comments, but feeling when you go there can't be described when you know what it presents. Visit itself is very short, but really if you have time to...

  • Pretty neat, even when covered with tourists

    The Broken Line Monument is right next to the Fat Margaret Tower and City Entrance. It seems like most of the Cruise shippers come into the city this way and as such, there were lots hanging from...

  • Broken Line Monument

    This Monument commemorates the ferry disaster Estonia in 1994 and the loss of 852 people. This Monument is located near the Old Town in a park, very easy to access.


Features and amenities
stress buster
Share your photos by using #visitestonia