November 2, 2002
The crater itself is more of a curiosity rather than a major site but it is very accessible. Apparently the crater was created 2700 years ago and is in fact a cluster of several small craters scattered over the Estonian countryside. The largest crater is about 100m in diameter and is filled with water.
Scandinavian legend has it that this is the sun's grave and because the sun chose to be buried here, it blessed the Estonian people.
Don't expect to be stunned, but it is an attractive spot, very accessible, and in the Northern Hemisphere, relatively unique.
From journal West Estonian Islands - A Bygone Era