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Unveiled on Kuuni Street in Tartu on Child Protection Day on 1 June 2004, this bronze sculpture by Ulo Oun (1944-1988) is said by his widow Inara Oun to portray the sculptor himself with a child taking after their son Kristjan at the age of 18...more
It is a place you can pass and not notice the sculpture. They are located next to the Park on the way to the old town. I saw them by accident. But I am glad that I saw it. Very funny sculpture. I enjoyed it.
My Lonely Planet guidebook calls it the "creepiest" statue in town. Not sure I agree with that, especially since it is supposed to be a likeness of the sculptor and his son. It is, however, unusual, with the man and boy sculpted the same size...More