Although this monument in Liepaja (in seaside park) is dedicated to the sailors and fishermen perished in the sea I decided to add this place in military heritage category, because for me it kinda reminds something from Soviet military. Well actually this is a great example of Latvian architecture, as it turns out it's designed by local Latvian designers Alberts Terpilovskis and Gunārs Asaris.
Anyway - once in Liepaja, this place is a worth of visit.in case you are heading for a lazy walk on seaside park you will definitely notice this monument and hopefully enjoy views from its stairs.

View to the monument form park

View to the monument form park

Not the best picture I managed to capture here, too much light.

Monument to the sailors and fishermen perished in the sea

Monument to the sailors and fishermen perished in the sea

Pretty interesting installations on the pavement

Monument to the sailors and fishermen perished in the sea

Monument to the sailors and fishermen perished in the sea

There is an inscription on plate saying: 

Sing, sweet zephyr, gently, gently,
Carry not the waves ashore;
In the sea's tender depths slumber
My dear, beloved, brothers
 

View to the park

View to the park