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The Pig Sculpture

Category Architectural sightseeings, Monuments
Vabaduse pst.1, Tartu linn, Tartumaa, 51004
Coordinates 58.378487, 26.728207
GPS: 58° 22' 43" N, 26° 43' 42" E

The sculpture in front of the Market Hall symbolizes the fatness of the Southern Estonian soil. The first fields in Estonia appeared in the beginning of the II millennium BC. Pigs have been kept here for a couple of thousands of years.


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