Kuressaare Town Hall

Kuressaare, Estonia

Kuressaare town hall was built in 1654-1670. The initiator of town hall building was count M. G. De la Gardie. Town hall is simple and dour but appears to be grand representative of so called northern baroque the decoration of which is hewed portal that dates 1670.

Reference: Visit Estonia

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Founded: 1654-1670
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Swedish Empire (Estonia)

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4.5/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

LeiaInTheDark WalkingInTheSky (9 months ago)
If you want local fish, this is the place! Eel was excellent! The terrace has amazing view to the castle and service was good. They were willing to change according to our preferences. Also kid's menu was good. Also other dishes than fish were great on the menu.
Gintarė Grigalavičiūtė (10 months ago)
Super excited about this place! Impressed with the sense of aesthetics. The food was both attractive and delicious. Just a real symphony of tastes with the castle in the background. I enjoyed the interior and all the details. Service was fast and attentive. Highly recommend this restaurant.
Ian R Wilson (10 months ago)
Great service, good choice with several catch of the day to choose from included filleted and whole fish. Cooked perfectly and good drinks to choose from - both beer and wine. Standout dish is an appetizer - The Fish Plate comprising of 8 components, all to die for and accompanied by bread.
Jūlija Zamotkina (10 months ago)
Awful restaurant, would never recommend or visit it again! You can MAXIMUM take a cup of coffee to enjoy the view of the medieval castle. Expensive, untasty, poor service.
Lauren Amber (11 months ago)
Came here for a drink after visiting the castle. Standard prices for the area, did not try the food. Staff were attentive and we were able to choose to sit inside or outside. Great location overlooking the castle.
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