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Amandus Adamson Studio Museum

Adamsoni 3, Paldiski 76805, Estonia
+372 674 2013
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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 May 22, 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 September 25, 2014
kiisukurr
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Harjumaa
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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 and about his family. Much of his work, which now belongs to the collection of the Estonian Art Museum, is presented as virtual 3D items.Did you know...?*You can book a 2-hour excursion of Paldiski through the museum*Buying a joint ticket, you can visit both this museum and the Harju County Museum
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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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Adamsoni 3, Paldiski 76805, Estonia
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Reviewed May 22, 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 September 25, 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 November 2, 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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