Kiiu Tower, situated in Estonia, stands as a testament to the country's rich history and architectural heritage. The tower, also known as Kiiu torn, has a storied past dating back to medieval times.
Constructed in the 15th century, Kiiu Tower was initially built as a defensive fortress to protect the surrounding area from invaders. Its strategic location provided a vantage point for monitoring and defending the nearby territories.
Throughout the centuries, Kiiu Tower witnessed numerous conflicts and changes of ownership, reflecting the tumultuous history of the region. It served as a stronghold for various rulers, including the Livonian Order, Swedish, and Russian forces, each leaving their mark on the structure.

Over time, as the need for fortified structures diminished, Kiiu Tower underwent several transformations.
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It was repurposed for various uses, such as a granary, a residence, and even as a storage facility.

Despite facing periods of neglect and decay, efforts to preserve Kiiu Tower began in the late 20th century. Restoration projects aimed to conserve its historical significance and architectural beauty, ensuring that future generations could appreciate its legacy.
Today, Kiiu Tower stands as a symbol of Estonia's resilience and enduring heritage. Visitors flock to admire its medieval charm, explore its fascinating history, and soak in the breathtaking views from its towering heights, offering a glimpse into Estonia's rich past.


Summer at Kiiu Tower promises to be an unforgettable experience!
Visitors can immerse themselves in the medieval atmosphere by taking part in archery and axe throwing masterclasses. Historical reconstructions and tours of the tower add to the experience. And for those who want to keep a piece of their holiday, the Tower offers a wide range of souvenirs
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