Valga Town Hall

Valga Town hall is one of the 21 places worth discovering in Southern Estonia that are marked with a yellow National Geographic window; if you are interested in culture and history, visiting these places is highly recommended.

The Town Hall was built in 1865 and its high half-hipped roof, skylights and turrets make it one of the most outstanding examples of historicist architecture in Estonia. In the foyer of the Town Hall, there is a memorial tablet to Johannes Märtson, who was the local mayor from 1902 to 1917.

Valga Visitors' Centre is located on the ground floor of the Town Hall.

Valga Town hall is one of the 21 places worth discovering in Southern Estonia that are marked with a yellow National Geographic window; if you are interested in culture and history, vi

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  • Nice Building

    Lovely old building, now a tourist information centre. The girl inside was lovely and spoke good English. Sadly Valga itself is very poor with almost nothing to do. A real shame. There was a...

  • Vacker rödvit träbyggnad !

    Mittemot St.John`s kyrka ligger Valga Stadshus ! I byggnaden finns många olika lokaler och det kanske mest besökta är Valga Turistbyrå, vilken ligger så centralt i staden. Servicen i turistbyrån är...

  • Это информационный центр

    В старинном здании располагается информационный центр, внутри которого много информационных буклетов, интерактивный экран, сувениры и приветливые сотрудники.


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