The monument to Peeter Põld (1878-1930), the first Minister of Education of the Republic of Estonia and the founder of the national university, was opened in front of the Ministry of Education and Research on 1 December 2008. The authors of the monument are sculptor Ekke Väli and architect Ain Rööpson.
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Oct 2017 • Solo
Peeter Pyld was first minister of education of independent estonian republic after WWI. It is sculpture with great symbolism that represent that book (knowledge) coming directly from his hart.
Written 4 November 2017
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