This statue in the middle of a Tallinn park is the first Estonian monument built by an Estonian. It commemorates a Russian tragedy: the sinking of a Russian military ship in 1893. The statue was erected in 1902. The angel points a large cross out to sea in the direction of the lost vessel.
Today Russalka is the place where couples put flowers on their wedding day. The memorial is close to a beach and there is plenty of pleasant green space around the towering statue.
Located in a Soviet Hotel that catered to foreigners, the KGB Museum is a small, but uber... Read more