The Home Garden is a place where dreams, memories and a yearning for home are intertwined. The apple trees planted here, between which footpaths meander, are the symbols of the Home Garden, and a swarm of honeybees that sticks together in spite of everything is depicted on the wall (motif from the poem Ta lendab mesipuu poole [He Flies towards the Beehive] by Juhan Liiv, which Miina Härma and Peep Sarapik have put to music, is sung at the national song festivals as a song of mourning, resistance and hope). The figures of 22,000 honeybees symbolise the victims who have perished (each figure is a model of a honeybee that once lived). The ceremonial square is meant for holding memorial events.
By using the search window, you can find information in the electronic memorial on persons who suffered in the communist terror and you will find instructions for finding their names on the name plaques.