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Tondi Taskuvare the Burial Mound

Category Archaeological sightseeings, Natural attractions
Isabella küla, Kõrgessaare vald, Hiiumaa
Coordinates 58.946999, 22.536032
GPS: 58° 56' 49" N, 22° 32' 10" E

In the village of Isabella there is a burial mound called Tondi taskuvare which could be
translated as a slump down from ghost’s pocket. Vanapagan, the horned figure from
Estonian folklore, is told to have had his pockets torn there. The pockets were filled with
stones. Vanapagan needed stones because he needed to kill another figure from the
same story.

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