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Lake Tamula Promenade in Voru starts from the Tamula Hotel and runs along the beach until the Roosisaare bridge. Different attractions enhance the appearance of the promenade: children's playgrounds with swings, climbing nets and sliders; green grass for those who don't want to lie on the sand, stands with seats and pontoon bridges that take you on the lake.If you get tired from walking, you can rest on the comfy bench-swings, where you can look at the bustling ducks and swans. You can also play volleyball, listen to concerts and get a bite to eat.Useful information:* Lake Tamula Promenade is 800 metres long.* The promenade was awarded the title "Estonian Landscape Architecture Event of the Year 2009".
The Town Square is the historical center of the town, with views to numerous historical buildings. The square has been designed as a modern urban space focussing on the buzz of the town center combined with different activities. The motifs of ring (võru - 'ring' in Estonian) have been used in the architectural planning and the use of urban furniture (architect Villem Tomiste).
Construction of the Church of St Catherine in Voru commenced in 1793 during the reign of Empress Catherine II. It is thought to have been designed by the Livonian architect Schons, while the man responsible for the building of the church was Voru's own Johann Karl Otto. The church was surrounded with a formidable fence. It is famous for its cross-shaped floor plan, substantial bell tower, high dome-like secondary tower and arched windows. Designed in classicist style, it was completed in 1804 in honour of St Catherine. The grounds around the church were restored in 2008 and are now home to an open air exhibition of religious text-themed illustrations by artist Marje Ernits.
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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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.