The Estonian Cultural Garden was dedicated June 19, 1966.
See the ceremony and activities from the Estonian Garden's 50th anniversary
Enjoy these other images from the Estonian Garden.
Estonian Garden founder Lia Staaf and family
Baltic Ladies - Anda Cook (Latvia), Ingrida Bublys (Lithuania)
and Marki Tehhonova-Kreek (Estonia)
Young People at the monument
Karin and Hans Ruus
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Champa family during invocation
Bob and Anda Cook and Erika Puussaar during invocation
NOTE: We apologize that there are not more and better images of Erika Puussaar. She is the driving force behind the Estonian Garden but she avoided the limelight and our photos were not very good.
Marki Tehhonova-Kreek with Teevi Champa and daughters
Paula Tubalkain and Aino Samoson
Inscribed in the Estonian Cultural Garden
Coat of arms of Estonia in Cultural Garden
Inscribed in the Monument - Once upon a time , however, begins - from Kalevipoeg (Kalev's Son) the epic poem by Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald held to be the Estonian national epic.
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