Estonia Gravestones Supplier:A memorial to the burial place of the dead, usually made of stone, but also made of wood, metal and other materials.
Estonia Gravestones Supplier
The Estonian nation was formed in the 12th and 13th centuries.It was occupied and ruled by Prussia, Denmark, Sweden, Poland and Germany.
Estonia was ruled by the Russian empire for more than 200 years beginning in 1710.The republic of Estonia was proclaimed on 24 February 1918.The next day, the germans took tallinn.In November of that year, Soviet Russia declared sovereignty over Estonia.
In a forest in northern Estonia lies a unique Soviet cemetery where the pilots who fought in the area are laid to rest.
Most of them were Soviet pilots killed in action during the Soviet occupation of Estonia, and the hanging tails of combat aircraft are their tombstones.
This forest is located outside the town of Amari in Estonia's halu county.
The town of Amari was once an air base.Before the collapse of the Soviet union, there were several squadrons of su-24 fighter-bombers.Since April 2014, the base has been taken over by a Danish f-16 fighter squadron tasked with the NATO mission of defending the airspace of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Although Estonia is independent and a member of the European Union and NATO, the forest remains a cemetery for Soviet pilots.
1940 Estonia became a Soviet republic.
1991 Estonia declared independence after the collapse of the Soviet union.
Estonia joined the European Union and the north Atlantic treaty organization (NATO) in 2004.
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