Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Estonia

Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Estonia
Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Estonia

Not so much a single place, but a collection of over 1,500 islands, The rocky scenery of Estonia is where we are going today. But rocky beaches are just one of the amazing things you can see in this northerly Baltic state…

 


Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Estonia


 

Unusual Christmas Tree, Rakvere
Unusual Christmas Tree, Rakvere

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It might only appear at Christmas time, but as far as Christmas trees go, this is an odd one!

Kaali Meteorite Crater Field, Kaali
Kaali Meteorite Crater Field, Kaali

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The lake in the image is just one of 9 giant Meteorite craters. You might not want to swim in it, but it is worth seeing.

Prison Camp Beach, Rummu
Prison Camp Beach, Rummu

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This beach is part of an abandoned prison which was closed a long time ago. Underground waters flooded it and it is now seen as one of the world’s most unusual beaches.

Ämari Pilots Cemetery, Ämari
Ämari Pilots Cemetery, Ämari

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Located within a woodland near Estonia’s Ämari Air Base is this graveyard that features buried fins of the exact aircraft they died in. A fitting and strangely amazing tribute.

Küünlakustuti, Rakvere
Küünlakustuti, Rakvere

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This isn’t just some crazy art install, it is also one of the world’s most unusual bus stops!

The Cathedral of Saint Marys Epitaphs, Tallinn
The Cathedral of Saint Marys Epitaphs, Tallinn

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While the church itself is nice to look at, the collection of elaborate funerary coats-of-arms on the walls of it as what is truly worth seeing.

Hiiumaa Eiffel Tower, Reigi
Hiiumaa Eiffel Tower, Reigi

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This impressive wooden replica of the Eiffel Tower was made by a 17-year-old designer! I was still playing with Lego at that age.

Tuhala Witch's Well, Kose Parish
Tuhala Witch’s Well, Kose Parish

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Despite it having a man-made frame, the Witch’s Well is a naturally occurring geyser that has been known to flood the entire area when it’s in a bad mood. It’s all about rainfall, but we will ignore that and believe in the curse.

Pähni Megaphones, Varstu Parish
Pähni Megaphones, Varstu Parish

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I love listening to the sounds of the forest, but with these, you can listen to every little noise! It also works the other way around and any bird nearby is often heard being amplified several kilometres away.

Piusa Sand Caves, Piusa
Piusa Sand Caves, Piusa

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Located beneath the ground is one of Europes biggest bat caves with well over 5,000 nesting bats and all in a man-made cave! If that isn’t worth seeing as they all come out, then I don’t know what is!