Enn Roos

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Enn Roos (20 September 1908 – 15 July 1990) was an Estonian Soviet sculptor.

A notable work of his is the bronze sculpture from 1947 that is part of the World War II memorial ensemble in Tallinn, Estonia, nowadays usually called the Bronze Soldier, whose accompanying monumental stone structure was designed by the architect Arnold Alas. The memorial was relocated amid controversy in April 2007 to the Defence Forces Cemetery in Tallinn.