Suur Munamägi (Estonia)
Suur Munamägi, 318 metres from the sea level, is the highest point of the Baltics. The observation tower on Suur Munamägi provides its visitors with a splendid 50 km range view of the Estonian nature.
The current tower, the sixth in line, was constructed in 1939, and reconstructed in 1969. A total of 29.1 metres in height, it was renovated once more in 2005 and an elevator was built into the back of the tower.
A person standing on top of the tower is standing 346.7 metres above the sea level;
The first tower was built in 1812.
The height of Suur Munamägi makes it one of the most important national symbols of Estonia.