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Saaremaa

island in Estonia

73km

58.3322.65

Kihnu

island in the Baltic Sea

81km

58.116623.9666

Pärnu

city in Estonia

143km

58.383324.5
Sights

Ruhnu Lighthouse

Made in France in 1877. According to rumours, it was designed by Gustave Eiffel (known for Eiffel Tower).

1.1km

57.8013576623.26012233

Matsalu National Park

national park

68km

58.7623.59694444

Kihnu Lighthouse

29m high and located in the southernmost headland in Kihnu.

82km

58.0971944423.97119444

Lihula

town

83km

58.68138923.845278

Tahkuna Lighthouse

The construction of the cast iron lighthouse began in 1873. Made in Paris, it was brought to Hiiumaa in parts. Two beacons were ordered in Paris – the other one was used for the Ristna lighthouse. Tahkuna and Ristna are the newer ones and stem from the period when iron was used instead of stone, like for Kõpu. In 1941, fighters of the Soviet Army surrendered to the Germans at the foot of this lighthouse. Tahkuna is the highest lighthouse in Estonia - 42.6 m above sea level. It can be seen from a distance of 33 km.

105km

59.09148522.586139

Karujärv

lake in Saaremaa Rural Municipality, Estonia

119km

58.3833333322.21666667

Ristna Lighthouse

lighthouse in Estonia

148km

58.9400378622.05522055

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Ruhnu

Estonia
Ruhnu is a small island in Estonia, isolated from the rest of the country in the Gulf of Riga. The island is called Runö in Swedish.

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