Fama centre, Narva

Fama is the name of one of Narva’s bastions.
Built in 1690, it comprised a yard and surrounding rooms in which there were workshops, smiths’ stores, stables, barns and prison facilities. It was demolished to make way for the trade route to Europe. It is the only bastion in the city that no longer exists. However, in its place has sprung up a brand new shopping complex. ‘The rebirth of history on the trade route’ was the idea behind the project.

Fama is the name of one of Narva’s bastions.
Built in 1690, it comprised a yard and surrounding rooms in which there were workshops, smiths’ stores, stables, barns and prison facilities. It was demolished to make way for the trade route to Europ

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  • Snack

    Picked snack from Rimi. Good takeaway. Seems to be an Average shopping center, Rimi as main store. Nothing special.

  • Good offers at the supermarket though most people do not speak in English, helpful though in Russian

    96% of the population in Narva is Russian. This Fama centre is airing adverts in Russian. Did not meet a single Estonian until day four. Products are not cheap though there is a good choice and...

  • Average shopping center

    There is a lot of practical shops. Rimi is big enough. Fastfood- I like Hesburgers client card, we have a free coffee all the time :)


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