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Location type: sightKadriorg Art MuseumTallinn, Estonia

A Petrine Baroque summer palace commissioned for Catherine I by Peter the Great. Aside from a few paintings of members of the Romanov dynasty, little else remains to suggest that the palace was once a royal residence. Its rooms now exhibit paintings and art objects from Russia and the rest of Europe.

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Location type: sightRock of TondiKesklinna, Estonia

A large boulder was declared a local landmark by a popular vlogger. During his first visit to the town, Benjamin complained about a lack of things to do in the location. This resonated with his fanbase, and became a meme of sorts, with people and news channels giving the place more attention. Benjamin pointed out the great sights of Tondi, one of which he called the “great stone of Tondi.”The name stuck and people started visiting the stone as a joke, making it more and more famous.

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Location type: sightSoorebaneRõuma, Estonia

The first designer power line in Estonia. It’s made of steel tubes that are anchored to the bog with 25 piles reaching a depth of 62 feet (19 meters). The slender form and rustic color blend nicely with the natural setting of Kuistlema Raba.

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Location type: sightKarl Ernst von Baeri monumentTartu, Estonia

Once a year, local students "clean" this statue with a champagne shower. When exactly this tradition started is difficult to tell. From 1988 onward, the Estonian Students’ Society has led the effort.

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Location type: sightJägala waterfallKoogi, Estonia

The widest natural waterfall in Estonia is a sight to see in all seasons. With its flat wide rocky crest, Jägala Waterfall has a rather unusual shape, which attracts visitors to the area. The flow of water is used downstream to power the Jägala hydroelectric power station, which sits around three kilometers to the north.

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Location type: sightNarva MuuseumNarva, Estonia

A museum composed of the Narva Castle, the Northern Yard, and the Narva Art Gallery. This exhibition gives overview of Narva from the 13th century to the beginning of the 20th century.

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Location type: sightKrenholm Manufacturing CompanyNarva, Estonia

An abandoned textile factory on the "island of crows" was home to Estonia's first workers' strike. In 1857, a year after he bought the whole island, Ludwig Knoop founded the Kreenholm Manufacturing Company.

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Location type: sightTuletorni kohvik (Lighthouse Cafe)Mägipe, Estonia

One of the oldest lighthouses in the world has been in continuous use since it was first built in 1531. The light was introduced in 1649, when outside stairs were added and a fire was ignited every night.

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Location type: sightRõuge Ööbikuoru vaatetorn PesapuuRõuge, Estonia

To replace an older tower, architect Karmo Tõra designed a new, more exciting structure that’s a wonder to behold, either day or night This Estonian watchtower looks like a big tree with two giant bird nests on it, complete with a "golden egg."

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Location type: sightOkta Centrum ASRapla, Estonia

This multi-purpose administrative building was designed by architect Toomas Rein and was completed in 1977. The building was crafted as an octagonal space that rises up a central construction. Although the building appears to have many levels, it’s actually just three floors. Over the years, some of the branches went bankrupt or relocated until the building was completely abandoned.

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Location type: sightValaste WaterfallValaste, Estonia

This There was once a rickety platform across the cliff, but it was eventually replaced by a more solid metal structure in 2018. This allows visitors the opportunity to walk down and follow the flow of the water. waterfall flows down off the Ontika limestone cliff situated on the northern coast of Estonia between Ontika and Valaste.

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Location type: sightKolkja Kala-sibula restoranKolkja, Estonia

An Old Believer restaurant (Kolkja kala-ja sibula restoran in Estonian), the only one in Prichudye, and according to their website at least, the only one of its kind in the world.

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