Tori Hell

Tori Hell: Address, Tori Hell Reviews: 4/5

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You will find a mysterious cave in the steep riverbank in Tori! The place has been known as Tori Hell as you can go deep into the ground from the cave. This is the reason why there are so many folk stories and legends about the place.The cave was created by the water in the streams eroding the Devon sandstone bank of the Parnu River. The opening of Tori Hell was 6 metres in diameter and some sources say that the ‘passage to hell’ was 32 metres long. The ceiling of the cave collapsed in 1908 and its mouth in 1974.You can no longer go into the cave, but steps by the cemetery gates will take you to this beautiful and mysterious place.
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parazzzite
Vilnius, Lithuania48 contributions
Nice for a quick visit if you don't have to get out of your way
Jul 2020
There are some cliffs and a small cave to explore. Nice for a stop along the journey to grab ice cream in local shop and walk around
Written 8 August 2020
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acorna
Vilnius, Lithuania4,304 contributions
Beautiful views
Aug 2019
First thing to be mentioned – there are no true caves there. They were blocked many years ago, so now there is only name and entrances of some two meters deep. However, if you pass by Tori village, do stop for a while. The views of the sandstone bank are very spectacular, it is worth to go down and walk along the river bank, enjoy quiet flow of its waters and (if it is summer) chatter of cliff swallows. No need to leave your autographs on the sandstone though – there are already too many of them. There is also a nice church and old cemetery close by. For these interested in horses, there is a farm close to the river bank, which breeds now very rare local Tori horses.
Written 24 August 2019
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Andrius Tinteris
Vilnius, Lithuania24 contributions
Spectacular place
Aug 2018 • Friends
This place is absolutely worth visiting. It's the longest stone wall in the Baltics. If you like caves and crags, this is for you. It looks much better in reality than in pictures. I mean the panoramic view from the bridge is simply amazing.
Written 30 August 2018
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ErritKuldkepp
Parnu, Estonia100 contributions
Historically interesting and naturally beautiful
Apr 2016 • Couples
When in the area then I truly recommend to take a look at it. It is unique to the area, historically important and just fun to see.)
Written 7 May 2016
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