Raadi Cemetery

Raadi Cemetery(塔尔图)

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2020年1月 • 独自旅游
Кладбище очень старое,некоторые могилы разрушены.бродить по нему и рассматривать очень интересно,особенно в погожий январский день.из известных мне личностей здесь Юрий Лотман,а также Яков Хурт
撰写日期:2020年1月5日
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Анастасия А
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2016年9月 • 夫妻情侣
Я вообще любитель в городах Европы гулять по кладбищам, разглядывать самые старые надгробия и т.д) Зачастую там также бывают необычные постаменты и оформления захоронений.
Но это кладбище довольно обычное, хотя и ухоженное. Исторически интересного ничего не увидела, с точки зрения скульптуры тоже.
撰写日期:2016年12月28日
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Pollen25
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2016年7月 • 夫妻情侣
Это, безусловно, не та достопримечательность, которую спешат увидеть туристы. Но мы сюда забрели, решили посмотреть на памятники, надгробия. Кладбище состоит из нескольких частей: православное, общины церкви Святого Иоанна, университет. Здесь в основном были похоронены преподаватели и студенты университета,
撰写日期:2016年7月16日
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Vivian L
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2016年7月 • 独自旅游
This cemetery is different than my own country cemeteries particularly because the benches at the cemetery are only intended for the particular tomb visitor and not along the passages. Only near the entrance were benches for public use.

In July 2016 it was very green and fresh, shaded and peaceful.
撰写日期:2016年7月10日
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Tatjana L
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2016年3月 • 家庭
Обычное кладбище. Вроде бы здесь похоронены эстонские знаменитости, но мы их не знаем. Походили немного и ушли.
撰写日期:2016年3月21日
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Marcus D
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2015年7月 • 夫妻情侣
In a city where there are numerous parks with the standard mix of formal paths, grass and mature trees, the plot between Narva mantee (E), Kruusamäe tn (N), Nurme tn (W) and Kalmistu tn (S) looks from any of these four roads to be heavily forested. Indeed on passing through the main entrance on Kalmistu, the grid of paths rapidly takes the visitor into a shady forest environment full of floral displays and completely free of both the digital noises of the 21st century and the madcap loud behaviour of youths.
Neither bicycles nor dogs are encouraged.

Raadi Cemetery is the oldest and most historically important cemetery in Tartu.
Several historically significant members of Tartu's relationship to academic research and innovative brilliance - lecturers, researchers and students - rest in the cemetery. The most widely known to foreign visitors is F.R. Kreutzwald (who composed the epic poem Kalevipoeg).

During the Soviet period, the most controversial grave was the tomb of Julius Kuperjanov - the youthful and charismatic partisan leader who died of wounds incurred during the Battle of Paju in 1919. Tartu University students, against the orders of the authorities who viewed Kuperjanov as a subversive, would visit the tomb at night to light commemorative candles. The KGB had personnel loitering near the tomb - 24/7/365 - to record anyone who visited the tomb.

Raadi Cemetery consists of a multi-faith collection of cemeteries that have developed and melded over the centuries to the point that the borders are indistinct. The oldest (established in 1773) are Vaana-Jaani cemetery - for the Baltic-German congregation of St Johns - and Maarja Cemetery - for the Estonian congregation of St. Johns; Uspenski Cemetery is for Orthodox believers. There are also the War of Independence cemetery and the Univeristy of Tartu cemetery. The clearest indication to foreign visitors of the borders demarcating the different cemeteries lies at the Nurme tn end.

Here there is a cross mounted memorial to the War of Independence (distinct from the Kalevipoeg Statue) at the centre of a network of radiating paths with largely empty grass spaces between. This was the cemetery for Estonians who'd died fighting for their nation's independence in 1918-1920.
Following the start of the Soviet occupation in 1944, the Soviet authorities removed and destroyed the grave markers as Soviet ideology treated any Estonians who had fought against the Soviet Union in any war as 'traitors'.
A few of the grave markers were saved and have since 1992 been returned. But at the border between the Estonian war graves cemetery and the 'body' of the Raadi are a number of graves marked by a red star - these are graves of Red Army Airforce personnel who were killed in accidents when flying out of the vast, nearby (within 1 km) Raadi military airbase.
撰写日期:2015年7月5日
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