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Oru Park in Toila

The Oru Park and the magnificent castle in the beautiful Pühajõe glacial valley were built by Grigori Jelissejev, one of Russia's richest trading magnates in the 19th century. In 1935, three Estonian industrialists bought the castle and the park and gave it to President Päts as a summer residence. The castle was completely destroyed in World War II.

Today you can go for a walk in a well-signposted and prepared park, see different types of trees and bushes and the silver spring cave and enjoy the view of the sea and the sunset in the swallow's nest.
Interesting to know: The annual park promenade of Oru, which takes place in August, has become a tradition.

The Oru Park and the magnificent castle in the beautiful Pühajõe glacial valley were built by Grigori Jelissejev, one of Russia's richest trading magnates in the 19th century. In 1935, three Estonian industrialists bought the castle and the park and gave it to President Päts as a summer residence. The castle was completely destroyed in World War II.

Today you can go for a walk in a well-signposted and prepared park, see different types of trees and bushes and the silver spring cave and enjoy the view of the sea and the sunset in the swallow's nest.
Interesting to know: The annual park promenade of Oru, which takes place in August, has become a tradition.

The Oru Park and the magnificent castle in the beautiful Pühajõe glacial valley were built by Grigori Jelissejev, one of Russia's richest trading magnates in the 19th century. In 1935 three Estonian industrialists bought the castle and the park