The archaeologucal excavations on the north-eastern shore of Lake Tamula indicate that this was the location of Stone Age settlement dating back a far as 5000 years. In 1998 a new bridge was built here for pedestrians. Abeatuful view opens from the bride to Lake Tamula and to the town of Voru.
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Jun 2019 • Couples
Roosisaare bridge at the end of Tamula promenade offers a beautiful view of the lake Tamula and town of Voru. There is also a National Geographic yellow window close to the bridge (on the beach promenade). In the other end of the bridge is Roosisaar (Rose island) peninsula. You can also go for a bike ride around the lake, it is approximately 10 kilometers.
Written 29 June 2019
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