Käsmu stone sowing EV100 - nutimäng
At the end of the Käsmu captains' village in the forest on the left is the largest stone planting in Estonia. It is a place where a large number of massive boulders have accumulated. The largest stone is Matsikivi, 4.8 m high and 14.7 m in circumference. Hermit. These boulders were washed here together with the continental glaciers that came from Finland and Sweden 10,000 years ago. Today you can see stone sowing on the Käsmu natural and cultural history hiking trail. Interesting to know: Käsmu village is the most rich in rocks and boulders in Estonia.