Kuivaketvele hill fort


The Kuivaketvele hill fort is an approximately 600m long, 80-100m wide and up to 20m high rock drumlin with a rapakivi granite core. The northern part of the hill fort is surrounded on three sides by a scarp that is, on average, 10m high, vertically sheer in some places and stepped in others. There is a rock wall around 40m long on the upper part of the gently sloping south side and, together with the scarps, it forms a border around a protected area approximately one hectare in size. Preliminary archaeological studies indicate that the fort was in use in the Iron Age.

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