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    • Rakvere Castle
      Medieval adventure! If you come to visit us you will arrive to the 16th century! We have a thematic park where children and grownups can enjoy the day, wear knight and warrior clothes, play games and study the life of medieval people. One of the main reasons to come and visit Rakvere Castle are the Chambers. Torture Chamber, Chamber of Death and HELL. Worth of visit is also Red Lights street, Medieval Brothel, Barber shop and Alchemic room. Quests are welcoming also different animals and the gloriest of them al is a Donkey called Mickens!
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    • Tarvas Sculpture
      The Tarvas sculpture was unveiled in 2002 to mark the 700th anniversary of Rakvere. Situated close to the Order Castle on Vallimagi hill, Tarvas is 7 metres long, stands 4 metres high and weighs 7 tonnes. He stands on a granite base bearing the coat of arms of Rakvere, a brief history of the town in Estonian, Swedish, German, Danish, Polish and Russian and the names of sculpture’s sponsors.
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    • Rakvere's Central Square
      If you’re tired from exploring the museums and traipsing up and down Vallimägi hill, the best place to take the weight off your feet is Rakvere’s central square, which was constructed in 2004. Kids will have fun running around on the bumps and other features and riding the toy animals. The contemporary bus pavilion, the yellow domes in the square and the fountain create a modern and interesting atmosphere.Did you know…?*The central square in Rakvere has been home to a sculpture dedicated to honorary citizen Arvo Pärt entitled 'Young man on bicycle listening to music' since 11 September 2010
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    • Okaskroon Monument
      The Okaskroon (‘crown of thorns’) monument was erected in 1991 in remembrance of those deported from Rakvere to Siberia. It was designed by A. Murdmaa.
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    • Rakvere Church of the Trinity
      A late medieval church with an unusually high and slender spire that was built in the 17th century. Grave marker of Bishop Arnoldus H. Annabat. Eye-catching Baroque fretwork masterpieces – the pulpit and altar wall.
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    • Birth of the Holy Mother Orthodox Church
      A church in the Old Russian style. The church contains the holy remains of the martyred priest Sergei Florinski, which are the only public holy remains in Estonia. The church is place for pilgrimage in the Russian Orthodox Church.
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    • Pikk Street
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    • Lasila Manor
      Lasila Manor is best known for the von Baers, who were the lords of the manor in the early 19th century. World-famous biologist Karl Ernst von Baer spent his childhood here. The manor later belonged to the von Ungern-Sternbergs and the von Rentelns. Today it is home to Lasila School. The building can be viewed from the outside at any time, while the interior can be explored as part of the Forgotten Manors game in summer. Did you know...?*In the manor park you will find the memorial stone to Karl Ernst von Baer, and in Baer Tower in the manor house itself you can find out all about von Baer's life.
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    • War of Independence Monument
      Rakvere’s monument to the War of Independence was unveiled on 30 August 1925. Its six-stage terraced concrete base was produced by master builder Reinhold Veigel under the direction of construction engineer Ferdinand Gustav Adoff. The bronze forms were cast in Italy based on models produced by Amandus Adamson. The monument reaches a height of 8.5 metres, while the bronze forms stand approximately 2 metres tall. The original monument was destroyed in autumn 1940; this copy was erected on 30 August 1992. The artists who created the replica are sculptor Lembit Palm and architect Kuno Raude. It was restored in 2004.
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    • Which hotels are closest to Ulemiste Airport?
      Popular hotels close to Ulemiste Airport include Palace Hotel Tallinn, a member of Radisson Individuals, Centennial Hotel Tallinn, and ibis Tallinn Center. See the full list: Hotels near (TLL) Ulemiste Airport.