Rannu Park and Manor Buildings

Hiking

Rannu Park is a manor-era park partly bordered by a stone wall, surrounded by former manor farm buildings and a pond that once surrounded the vassal stronghold. The main building of the manor located in the park was demolished in the 1970s. There is still a gardener’s house, a manor granary, a coach house, and some other buildings. A community centre has been built instead of the manor house. The park is for leisure, walking with children, and sports (volleyball, basketball).
Here, you can still perceive the wealth of the owners of the manor and admire the magnificent landscaping. In the autumn of 2006, a memorial stone to the Battle of Rannu was erected in the park. In 2016, a bench was dedicated for writer Mats Traat.

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