Source: Erakogu

Loone stronghold

The Loone stronghold was constructed in ancient times on a natural hillock which was several metres high. It was protected on three sides by the Keila River.
Did you know…? *According to the chronicles of Henry the Latvian, the village of Lohu (now Loone) was a place that marauding Crusaders often gathered between 1216 and 1223 *The stronghold’s courtyard covered 6500 m², while the embankment around it was 300 metres long and up to 6 metres high in places *This ancient place is perfect for picnics, and you can also go canoeing on the river

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