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Amandus Adamson Studio Museum

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Small summer studio of the sculptor of Russalka Memorial, Tallinn

First background: Amandus Adamson was one of the first professional sculptors in Estonia and he... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2017
vivian L
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Southern Finland, Finland
Place worth to visit

Loved it very much. i remember, in how bad condition this place was 10 years ago, it's amazing... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2014
kiisukurr
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May 22, 2017
“Small summer studio of the sculptor of Russalka Memorial, Tallinn”
Sep 25, 2014
“Place worth to visit”
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This museum is situated in the summer studio of sculptor Amandus Adamson (12.11.1855-26.06.1929) in Paldiski, where he lived and worked while in Estonia. It showcases Adamson's life and work, exhibiting his furniture, photos and documents of, from...more
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Adamsoni 3, Paldiski 76805, Estonia
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+372 674 2013
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Reviewed 22 May 2017

First background: Amandus Adamson was one of the first professional sculptors in Estonia and he created the foundation for Estonian art history both as an artist and as a educator. He was a respected sculptor when the tsars were in power in Russia and later...More

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Reviewed 25 September 2014

Loved it very much. i remember, in how bad condition this place was 10 years ago, it's amazing, what they have done with it! I would stay there all day. it is small but the lady there has so much interesting information, there is so...More

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Reviewed 2 November 2012

The museum is in a quiet backstreet. The young lady who is curator has a wealth of knowledge about the artist and willingly shares it. Her English is excellent and she is very helpful with information about the rest of Paldiski.

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