Rapla River promenade

This promenade, which winds its way along the banks of the Keila River, is a favourite spot among walkers. On one side it is bordered by the Vigala River, and on the other by the Maarja-Magdaleena church park.
Did you know…? *You can picnic on the promenade, and even share some of your lunch with the resident ducks *The church park is home to Rapla’s oldest building – the parsonage, dating from the 18th century *The parsonage currently houses the Rapla Art Society *While you are here, be sure to visit Rapla church with its unique twin towers *In the church garden you will see a freedom monument designed by Jaan Koort

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    Adorable, relaxing space

    The Rapla River is simply the cutest little river I've found wandering through a small quiet town. This promenade extends back beside the church to a platform over looking the river. It goes much...

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