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Aidu Victory Altar

Category Architectural sightseeings, Memorials and monuments, Monuments
Aidu küla, Pajusi vald, Jõgevamaa
Coordinates 58.731514, 26.205399
GPS: 58° 43' 53" N, 26° 12' 19" E

It was by the village Aidu where one of the braking battles of the
Independence War took place. It marks the spot most far to where
managed to encroach a Red Army soldier. Erected in 1929 the
monument got torn down during the Soviet time.

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