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Things to do in Kaarma

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Ranked #1 of 6 attractions in Kaarma
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
Owner description: Kaarma one-nave church was established in the second half of 13th century and was later rebuilt to be a two-nave church.... more » Owner description: Kaarma one-nave church was established in the second half of 13th century and was later rebuilt to be a two-nave church. Church is decorated with ornamental and figural fragments of frescos in secco technique that are the same age as initial church.Near pulpit You can see polychromous wooden sculpture of St.Joseph that belongs to Northern-German school.Interesting to know:First time on Saaremaa the supporting pillars were used in Kaarma churchThe eastern wall of church's chorus is decorated with rare in Estonia triple windowThe prototype for pulpit of Kaarma church was a pulpit of Lubeck church « less
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Ranked #2 of 6 attractions in Kaarma
Category: Farms
Owner description: GoodKaarma is a unique ecofarm which makes organic soaps. In summer our doors are open to everyone. Our outdoor cafe offers... more » Owner description: GoodKaarma is a unique ecofarm which makes organic soaps. In summer our doors are open to everyone. Our outdoor cafe offers drinks and snacks, while our gift shop has a wide range of interesting souvenirs, jewellery, soaps and more. Those interested can even take part in soap-making workshops! « less
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Category: Malls
Owner description: The biggest shopping centre with the best selection of shops is waiting for you right next to Kuressaare, shining bright and... more » Owner description: The biggest shopping centre with the best selection of shops is waiting for you right next to Kuressaare, shining bright and far like a star in the middle of the island. Auriga (‘charioteer’ in Latin) is a name taken from the sky. It means a constellation in the northern sky that is always clearly visible to us alongside one of its brightest stars, Capella. « less
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Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: By its ground plan stronghold is almost rectangular. In the middle of app. 4800 m² plain yard there is noticeable dimple, a... more » Owner description: By its ground plan stronghold is almost rectangular. In the middle of app. 4800 m² plain yard there is noticeable dimple, a former well place. Clearly are visible the locations of the gates in the north-east and north-west parts of the embankment. In winter it becomes a popular place for sledging.Interesting to know:There were found a part of spiral bracelet and crosshead breastpin dated from 12th-13th century.Inside of the embankment were found carbonized stumps of beams that digger associated with wooden fortification of the stronghold. « less
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Category: Forests
Owner description: It can be assumed that the older generation trees of Loode oak forest have remained from the fleet building campaign started... more » Owner description: It can be assumed that the older generation trees of Loode oak forest have remained from the fleet building campaign started by Peter the I. Oak forest is a growing place for several rare herbs. 14 species of orchids were found there. The trees that accompany the oaks are silver birch, downy birch, aspen, ash and mountain ash.Interesting to know:Forest is under nature protection from 1955.In 2003 a bird watching platform was opened there.Loode oak forest is one of the few extant naturally growing park-like forests. « less
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Category: Cemeteries
Owner description: Established in 1780 town graveyard together with chapels in classicistic style is under protection as architectural memory.... more » Owner description: Established in 1780 town graveyard together with chapels in classicistic style is under protection as architectural memory. Among the chapels the most beautiful are built in 1848 into main gates of the graveyard rooms with colonnade facade in the shape of little Greek temple. Graveyard itself is like a museum of sculpture and hammered art. Here we can see plenty of crypt graves covered with heavy stone plates and tasteful masterfully fine-tuned classicistic grave monuments that often have the shape of urn or vase all dating into first half of the 19th century.Interesting to know:In the graveyard there are the graves of four outstanding persons. « less
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