Keyword "conference halls in harjumaa"
The Viking Village was founded upon an old dream and put into practice by the courageous start of some young people. It all started in 2005, when the present leaders of the Viking Village found an ancient and mysterious area on the beautiful bank of River Pirita that was perfect for establishing the ancient Estonian Viking...View details
Built in the 14th Century, the Holy Spirit Church is one of the oldest and most impressive structures in Tallinn. Its spectacular, carved wood interior includes such treasures as a unique 15th century altar by the famous Bernt Notke, and one of the oldest pulpits in Estonia, dating from 1597. The painted clock on its façade...View details
Two-storey guesthouse the colourful interior catches your eye already when entering. The Guesthouse has 6 double rooms. We can accommodate alltogether 18 visitors in the cosy rooms designed in fun colours and equipped with all modern conveniences. All rooms include TV, shower and toilet. A wood-fired sauna with a little pool...View details
In Open Air Museum You can see Estonian vernacular architecture and village milieu from the 18-20th centuries, 74 furnished buildings in a beautiful 72 ha forest park (the guidebook of the exposition is being sold in the entrance hall of the museum) About Museum: The Estonian Open Air was founded in 1957 and opened to...View details
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