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Kivi - Juri Monument

Rookopli 32, Kardla 92413, Estonia
+372 462 2232
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There is a monument called Kivi-Juri in Hiiumaa that looks like a soldier’s head on a granite base, located at the crossroads of Heltermaa, Kaina and Korgessaare highways coming from Kardla. The authors of the monument are sculptor Endel Taniloo and architect Ulo Sirp. Kivi-Juri is the largest granite bust and it weighs altogether 46 tons, 36 tons of which is the base and 10 tons the head leaning on the base. The monument was opened in September 1966 to commemorate all soldiers.
Rookopli 32, Kardla 92413, Estonia
+372 462 2232
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