Kolu kõrts

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Kolu kõrts

The Kolu kõrts (Estonian for Inn of Kolu) is a relocated authentic inn originally built in the Estonian vernacular style in the village of Kolu, Harjumaa in 1840 and currently exhibited and operated as a part of the Estonian Open Air Museum.

The building was relocated to the museum in 1968 and reconstructed in 1969–1973. Since 1993, a restaurant operates inside the building. The restaurant serves traditional Estonian cuisine.[1]

This inn is of a relatively small size, with only one stable room.


  1. ^ Carolyn Bain (2009). Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Lonely Planet. ISBN 1-74104-770-6. 

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Coordinates: 59°26′01″N 24°38′26″E / 59.4336167°N 24.6406388°E / 59.4336167; 24.6406388