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Autor Rakvere Turismiinfokeskus
#sculptures & monuments

Sculpture ’8-year-old Edith”

Edith Kotka-Nyman (4 May 1932, Tallinn – 7 April 2017 Stockholm) was the Goodwill Ambassador for Rakvere who contributed to the tight and fruitful...
Autor Rakvere Turismiinfokeskus
#games & sports

Outdoor gym at Kastani Avenue in Rakvere

A complex outdoor gym with climbing features and gymnastics rings is located in the immediate vicinity of the city centre, next to the Rakvere Sports...
Autor Elvis Antson
#forts

Rakvere Castle

When you enter the castle, you will find yourself in a theme park representing the everyday life of the 16th century.
Autor Elvis Antson
#sculptures & monuments

Tarvas sculpture

Situated close to the Order Castle on Vallimägi hill, there is the Statue of Tarvas which gave the name to the Tarvapää Fortress and the town.
#historical buildings

Rakvere's Central Square

Rakvere's current Central Square, a former historical marketplace, is a good place to relax and observe city life.
Autor Kristina Litvjak
#historical buildings

Historical Pikk Street

In the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, Pikk Street was the main street for business and trade in Rakvere, home to the town's bank...

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