Kirna Manor

In the second half of the 18th century, a dashing white stone manor building was built in Kirna. At the time, it was seen a long way from there because the building was not surrounded by high trees. People say that the stones which were needed to build the walls were carried from a limestone quarry a kilometre away by a human-chain.

The Kirna Manor Park is home to strong magneto-anomalous zones, also known as geological crust cracks, which produce fields with different effects. People who are more sensitive are able to sense these effects and determine the spots. There are areas with a positive charge that are of great interest to people with an interest in natural healing procedures.

The park is open 365 days a year and is free of charge.

In the second half of the 18th century, a dashing white stone manor building was built in Kirna. At the time, it was seen a long way from there because the building was not surrounded by high trees. People say that the stones which were needed to

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  • Historical house

    We took part of World Cleanup Day 2018 there. Kirna manor and it's garden/park is open every day for public to take individual tours but it is the best to visit while cafe is open (to go to heat...

  • A peaceful place

    We had a very unfortunate visiting day: it was raining cats and dogs, it was a national holiday in Estonia and besides us there was not a soul visible. Not even personnel. All doors were open and we...

  • Целебное

    Место в Эстонии, славящееся мощным энергетическим полем. Парк и дорожки, тропки и скамейки. Есть схема с обозначением всех органов и печалей. Кто-то едет за здоровьем, кто-то деток вымолить, а кому...


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