Lydia Emilie Florentine Jannsen, , known by her pen name Lydia Koidula, was an Estonian poet. Her sobriquet means 'Lydia of the Dawn' in Estonian. It was given to her by the writer Carl Robert Jakobson. She is also frequently referred to as Koidulaulik – 'Singer of the Dawn'.
|Died||11 August 1886 (aged 42)|
Kronstadt, Russian Empire
|Family||Johann Voldemar Jannsen (father)|
"Koidulaulik," an Estonian poet and playwright from the nineteenth century ("Singer of the Dawn"). Emajoe Oobik, Vainulilled, and Saaremaa Onupoeg are among her significant literary works.
Her father, Johann Voldemar Jannsen , established an Estonian newspaper in Parnu. She married a Latvian military doctor and gave birth to three children.
She went to Parnu Grammar School in Estonia. She spent her adult life near St. Petersburg, Russia.
Her best-known poem, "Emajõe Ööbik" ("The Nightingale of the Mother River"), was published in 1867.
She was born in the same country as fellow poet Mats Traat .
● Lydia Koidula was born on December 24, 1843 (age 42) in Vandra, Estonia ● She is a celebrity poet
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