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It is quite interesting to see the difference between the Estonian and Dutch windmills. They have a few Estonian and one Dutch windmills on the grounds. You are able to climb in and on them. Interesting for a short visit.
Old Saaremaa windmills. Piece of Saaremaa old history. Nice restaurant in the same place. Good for and interesting for children and they parents. Maybe not the point to pay 3,50 EUR by person, because you can see most of this attractions from the road...
These five windmills are very photogenic and on most tourists' itineraries when visiting Saaremaa. There were very few people present when we visited in early March but the (free) car park had space for a large number of buses and cars which will no doubt be full in the summer. We decided to just take some photographs from the side... 更多
Very nice place. very interesting exhibition. Our guide ask as, what is the difference between windmills, between Holland windmill and Estonian. when we so the mills we knew the answer.
Stop in and wander around the windmills or better yet - take advantage of the light and photography opportunities to capture a unique shot through your camera lens.
Probably the worst "touristic" experience in my life. Bad service - the old lady behind the counter seems to be angry you decided to step in. The food is ok but overpriced. Nothing authentic in the building, extreemly bad taste in architecture and design. probably the example how the European funds spent in corruptive way. The windmills are nice but... 更多
For sure - must see during Saaremaa trip. It is possible to enter windmills. The main building hosts museum, one of main exhibitions idea was to show dolomite as a material of interrior, however found out about the idea only after conversation with the souvenir seller. Bought a nice dolomite souvenir ;)
I came from Hiiumaa and just saw it on my way to Kuressaare. The place was fun to visit with kids. Lot of old machinery to see, touch and sit on. Windmills you can go in and get the idea how it worked back in the day. Some farm animals to see and feed.