Keila Waterfall (Keila Juga) is a beautiful natural phenomena, located in the northern part of Estonia in Harjumaa County. You can find it about 25 km south-west of the capital city of Tallinn, near the village of Keila-Joa. Keila Waterfall is the second largest and the third most powerful waterfall in Estonia.
Keila Waterfall is 6.1 meters high and 60 meters wide. On its right bank there is the abandoned estate with a park, built in 1833. The adjacent park occupies an area of 25 hectares and there is growing over 80 species of trees and shrubs. Upstream of the waterfall you can see an interesting bridge, which symbolizes love. You can also visit here the small hydro power plant. Keila Waterfall is a popular tourist destination. You can use paid parking space near the waterfall.
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