The limes of the Kihnu manor place EV100 - nutimäng
The Kihnu state manor, which emerged at the end of the 17th century, was liquidated in 1887. The main building of the manor was demolished and a school building was built in 1892 in the middle of the island from the received logs. The barn, which has been preserved as a heritage of the manor, is currently used as a dwelling. Ancient lime trees remind of a once admirable manor garden. These ancient trees are under nature protection, the largest is 3.7 m in circumference and 18 m in height, unfortunately one of the three lindens is broken. In summer, especially during the flowering of lindens, it is nice to rest and have a picnic there.