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This is an interesting example of praise for a Russian President for his role in helping the Lithuanian people achieve their independence, a simple plaque thanking the man for his services. It can be found near the bottom of the steps up to the viewing...More
Precisely as some of the visitors had pointed out, it is quite fascinating to see a tribute made for a leader of Russia. It was underneath the stairs that you need to climb to go up to the free viewing platform in Toompea Hill. As...More
The Baltic States are not known for their praise of Russians so it was rather a surprise to find this plaque to Boris Yeltsin being g the President that gave them their independence from Russia it is not a large plaque and it would be...More
This isn't really much of an attraction as such but is of historical interest to be fair and tells you all you need to know. Can't help thinking that it would have been better on the side of a pub as Boris liked a swig...More
I wouldn't go there on purpose just to see good ol' Boris, but if you're going to/from the Toompea Hill, it's nice to stop for a minute. A good example of how a historical figure can be remembered in different ways.