Sights & landmarks in Voru

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  • Martins K
    Riga, Latvia62 contributions
    Definitely a place to stop by and relax if driving in area. Great sandy beach, cafe right on beach. Well kept area.
    Written 24 August 2020
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  • Alvis L
    1 contribution
    Nice place to go, great walk, urban architecture combines with old church’s surrounding. If you gets cold, Mom Cafee will warm up with delicious coffee
    Written 4 March 2022
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  • triinkatariina
    Tallinn, Estonia17 contributions
    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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  • triinkatariina
    Tallinn, Estonia17 contributions
    Beautiful Catherine’s alley runs from new town centre square to Tamula beach promenade. There is also a statue of Catherine The Great (Katariina II) and a very good cafe with tables on the alley in summer (Katariina cafe).
    Written 6 July 2019
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  • triinkatariina
    Tallinn, Estonia17 contributions
    Beautiful Katariina church is located next to the town centre square and it is the oldest church in Võru. Võru was established in 1784, the church of St Catherine was built in 1788-1792, opened in 1793. There is an old prayer you can say in the church to St Catherine and light a candle if you are single and want to get married :)
    A husband, St. Catherine;
    A handsome one, St. Catherine;
    A rich one, St. Catherine;
    A nice one, St. Catherine;
    And soon, St. Catherine!
    Written 12 August 2019
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  • Antony B
    Bristol, UK2 contributions
    I have been coming to Estonia for 8 years and latterly have discovered St John's for the Sundays there if possible several times. Just wish the priest be mre friendly and not disappear after service
    Written 12 August 2015
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