5 Sights in Tartu, Estonia (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Tartu, Estonia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Tartu, Estonia.

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1. Meelis ja Vjatško Tartu kaitsel

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The sculpture "Vijachiko and Meresa under the protection of Tartu" was in Tartu in 1980. Remembrances were erected by the character of En Kippel's youth story Mera, Sakala's eldest son, Lembutu, and the former Prince Vijacchiko of Coknes, who died at the Battle of Tartu in 1224. In the struggle against the Germans.

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2. Tartu Pühima Neitsi Maarja Pärispatuta Saamise kirik

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The Immaculate Conception Church also known as the Catholic church in Tartu and more formally "Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary" is the name given to a religious building belonging to the Catholic Church, located in the city of Tartu, the second largest in Estonia.

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3. Friedrich Robert Faehlmann

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Friedrich Robert Faehlmann's monument was opened in Tartu, toomemäe in front of the Old Anatomical Museum on 18 May 1930. The monument is dedicated to friedrich Robert Faehlmann, the founder and physician of Estonian national literature. The author of the monument is Voldemar Mellik.

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4. Johan Skytte

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The Johan Skytte Monument is a monument created in honour of Johan Skytte, the founder of the University of Tartu, which is located in front of the Supreme Court building in Tartu. The author of the seal-shaped monument is the sculptor Tiiu Kirsipuu.

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5. Tartu Tähetorn

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University of Tartu Old Observatory or Tartu Old Observatory is an observatory in Tartu, Estonia. Tartu Observatory was an active observatory from 1810 to 1964. The building now serves as a museum and belongs to the University of Tartu Museum.

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