Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Lihula Manor





A 13th century bishop and guild manor is nowaday’s known as Lihula museum. The museum gives overview of the history of South Läänemaa, Lihula and its fortress. The museum displays many interesting findings of archaeological studies. Visitors often admire the exhibition of local ethnographical materials like traditional clothing, carpets and tools. Special expositions are held during the summer months. Good to know: Lihula Tourism Information office is situated in the same building.
Though the building looks like very torn inside, it is still nice and cozy place - worthy of checking out!


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