War Of Independence Victory ColumnCurrently Open
- Address: 10130 Tallinn, Estonia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:20 Mins
- Tags: Monument, Family And Kids
War Of Independence Victory Column - Review
Taking the spotlight at the Freedom square, the Vabaduse Monument shines in bright blue after dark. The monument was unveiled in 2009 and is dedicated to those who lost their lives during the Estonian War of Independence. The monument consists of 143 glass plates with a pillar that reaches a height of 23.5 meters. The cross of liberty on top of the pillar is an iconic structure in the city.
Take a walk here after dark to see the monument in a whole different light while the nearby freedom square is ideal for a casual walk any time of the day.
How To reach War Of Independence Victory Column by Public Transport
- By Bus: Vabaduse valjak
- By Light Rail/Tram: Vabaduse valjak
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike.
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95% of people start their War Of Independence Victory Column visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see War Of Independence Victory Column
50% of people prefer walking in order to reach War Of Independence Victory Column
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War Of Independence Victory Column, Tallinn Reviews
The Cross of Liberty and the Monument to the War of Independence (Estonian: Vabadussõja võidusammas) is located in Freedom Square, Tallinn, Estonia. It was opened on 23 June 2009 as a memorial for those who fell during the Estonian War of Independence, through which the people of Estonia will be able to commemorate all those who had fought for freedom and independence. The pillar is 23.5 m high and consists of 143 glass plates. The memorial incorporates the Cross of Liberty, Estonia’s most distinguished award established in 1919.
Located in the Freedom Square, it was build as a memorial for those who fell during the Estonian War of Independence. The pillar is 23.5 m high. Its best appreciated at night when the columns is lighted.
More impressive after dark, a glass structure that illuminates at night.
Foreign representatives would be bringing a visit here, so there's often a rehearsel for a welcoming ceremony
Nice square. There's a free tour around old town that starts there most days.