- Address: Pirita tee 1, 10127 Tallinn, Estonia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:15 Mins
- Tags: Monument, Statue, Family And Kids, Sculpture
Russalka - Review
Named after the Russalka Ship on which many people lost their lives at the Gulf of Finland, the Russalka monument is quiet a sight with a 16-meter sculpture of an angel placed on a granite pillar.
The monument was built in the early 20th century with the statue holding across and figuratively pointing towards the shipwreck. In the evenings, the beauty of the monument magnifies with warm lights illuminating the gorgeous structure.
How To reach Russalka by Public Transport
- By Bus: Oru
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Russalka
1.16% of people who visit Tallinn include Russalka in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
50% of people start their Russalka visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Russalka
60% of people prefer walking in order to reach Russalka
Russalka, Tallinn Reviews
Please like my review if helpful 👍 The Russalka Memorial is a beautiful monument erected to those lost when the Russian ship so named sank in a storm and is not really a war memorial as others believe. The monument is really well maintained as are most public erections, parks and open spaces. You can reach the Memorial down the end of a walkway through the adjacent park by the seafront
Beautiful monument by the sea on the Tallinn promenade. You can reach it by walk from Kadriorg Palace museum. It remembers the victims of the Russalka, a warship that sunk on the route to Finland.
Wonderful beach nearby. Only drawback is the rubbish. Seems like they could need some rubbish bins around, spent some time picking up litter.. otherwise a great place with a nice view
This beautiful monument was built in 1902, and remains one of the most popular places in Tallinn. But there is nothing much else in the area other than an unguarded beach and a very noisy main street.
Nice scenery and a beach to hang out with soft sand. Good for kids.