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During more than its 700 years existence Narva Hermann Castle belonged to Danes, Germans, Swedes, Russians and finally Estonians. The castle’s appearance as we know it today originates from the 14th-16th c. from the period of domination by Livonian...more
One more place to really feel the history. With a guide or information from a local this experience becomes even better. Really knowing what happened long long time ago, makes you respect and understand what this place is really all about. Make sure you go...More
I liked this place, maybe because I have this interest of historical things. Also interesting to see the architecture and the wiews to other side of river Narva.
If you're in Narva, take some time and visit this historical monument.
You can't fail to miss the fortress - easily the most impressive building for miles around. It's quite an experience to go up to the top viewing gallery and literally look down onto the castle on the other side of the river - in Russia....More
After visiting, I felt the outside was as impressive as the inside. Very interesting articles from long ago. At only 6 euros the admission fee can't be beat! The staff were all very inviting which made me feel more welcome. A must see while in...More
Our group were guided on a tour that was more like a theater performance. We fought with swords, danced, went through narrow tunnels and enjoyed a glass of wine by the fire at the end. Great experience if you book a special group tour.