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|— Subdistrict of Tallinn —|
|Russalka Memorial seen from the Kadriorg park|
Kadriorg is a subdistrict (Estonian: asum) in the district of Kesklinn (Midtown), Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. It has a population of 3,681 (As of 1 June 2011[update]). Kadriorg means "Catherine's Valley" in Estonian, this derives from the Catherinethal, a Baroque palace of Catherine I of Russia.
Kadriog is known for the Kadriorg palace commissioned by Czar Peter the Great. The KUMU Museum (art museum) is sited in the palace park. Nearby is the Russalka Memorial which commemorates the loss of a Russian warship in 1893.
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- "Statistical Yearbook of Tallinn 2011". Tallinn City Government. p. 153. Retrieved 24 February 2012.
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