Harju, Tõdva, Kiili, Vaida, Lagedi, Jüri, Assaku, Peetri, Mõigu, Sõjamäe

Hinterland of capital city Tallinn

FreeFriday 18 June

Pikk 46
Tallinn 10133


Guided tour introducing archaeological heritage in the hinterland of capital city Tallinn.

Discovery tour

Discovery tour

On 18 June a discovery tour to the historic Jüri parish in the hinterland of Tallinn will start at 11 a.m.

The historic Jüri parish lies South of the capital city Tallinn. It is rich in archaeological heritage from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages, from which 263 sites are scheduled monuments. The villages in Jüri were described already in Liber Census Daniae in 1219 and 1241.

Visitors are invited to see the first ever reconstructed stone grave in Estonia, dating from 1500 years ago, hundreds of cup-marked stones and learn about ancient iron production in the area.

The tour is organised by Estonian Heritage Society.


Friday 18 June de 11:00 à 16:00 (Bus departs from Mere puiestee, Tallinn)

Children, Family, Adults, General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Press contact:

Helle Solnask


+372 53494304

  • Jüri parish
    Ants Kraut
  • Jüri rauamonument
    Ants Kraut
  • Distribution of archaeological monuments in Rae and Kiili
    Estonian Land Board
  • Nõiakivi
    Ants Kraut

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