Defence Force Cemetery
Defence Force Cemetery
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The Defence Forces Cemetery, located in Tallinn in the area between Juurdeveo Street and the Tallinn City Centre Cemetery, is the burial place of members of the armed forces who have fallen in Estonia and where up to 5,000 members of armed forces have been buried during 120 years.In 2007 the monument to liberators of Tallinn, in popular language the Bronze Soldier, was moved from the green area in Tonismae, central Tallinn, to the Defence Forces Cemetery. The memorial structure to those fallen in the Estonian War of Independence established in 1928 and a statue in commemoration of the victims of Manniku explosion are also located here.
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Matias L
Western Finland, Finland95 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Couples
After a weird taxidrive we found this place. Had to see what it was in real life and the place was great.
Written 25 November 2016
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valgamaa
Tallinn, Estonia267 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Solo
Having passed the Bronze Soldier many times without noticing it on Tonis Magi, I made the effort to visit the cemetery to see the statue at last. My personal opinion is that it makes a beautiful centre-piece to the whole military cemetery, and adds stature to the other graves too, but I may be in a minority. I think that for visitors to Tallinn, the only reason to visit this cemetery would be to visit the graves of family members, and for those the people they will find a well-kept, peaceful and green space for their private thoughts.
Written 8 September 2015
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