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Keila-Joa waterfall

The famous Keila-Joa manor was established on the river bank of the Keila River, where the river descends from the North Estonian Cliff, forming a spectacular six metres high waterfall. Owing to the ever-roaring water, one can have a clue of the location of the waterfall even from a far distance. At the cliff outcrop hard limestone layers are exposed above the softer layers of greenish sandstones and dark-brown argillites. The falling water has cut a steep and deep canyon-like valley to the limestone plateau during the retreat of the waterfall wall.

The neo-Gothic castle of the Keila-Joa manor was built in 1830s. A huge landscape-garden style park of 80 hectares was established on both sides of the river. At higher grounds on the riverbank special watching platforms have been set up to give stunning views over the manor house and waterfall. An extensive pond system has been established in the park.
The river mouth of the Keila River is an important spawning ground for salmon and trout.

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Border Control 17.04 - 23.04 for NATO meeting

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