Fieldstone buildings in Laekvere small town centre

The most prominent parts of Laekvere small town are the fieldstone buildings built in the 1920–1930s: a school house, a shop, a dairy, and a fire station.

The buildings are historical and cultural monuments, and form a unique ensemble of buildings. They were mostly built with fieldstones from the fields of the surrounding area. It is said that part of the rocks were brought from the former neo-gothic manor house in the nearby village of Moora. The manor was never fully completed. The buildings were built under the guidance of Fomini, a builder of the Raja village near Lake Peipus.

The buildings are under heritage conservation.

The most prominent parts of Laekvere small town are the fieldstone buildings built in the 1920–1930s: a school house, a shop, a dairy, and a fire station.

The buildings are historical and cultural monuments, and form a u

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