How are submarine support points built

Hara port submarine base

In Hara, the wonderful nature of Lahemaa, historical traces and the perseverance of our ancestors meet. It is a former submarine base. Here, Soviet submarines were demagnetized by means of technical equipment located under water in order to make them insensitive to sea mines.

Visitors can stroll on the facility's quay and view the ruins of the buildings (some of them are in danger of collapsing - you better be careful!). If you are interested in the history of the place, it is advisable to take a knowledgeable tour.

Did you know that the famous "Tallinn sprats" were once packaged on the island of Hara? Estonia's most beautiful sailing ship, the Tormilind (petrel), was also built in Hara Bay.

In Hara, the wonderful nature of Lahemaa, historical traces and the perseverance of our ancestors meet. It is a former submarine base. Here, Soviet submarines were demagnetized by means of technical equipment located under water in order to make them insensitive to sea mines.

Visitors can stroll on the facility's quay and view the ruins of the buildings (some of them are in danger of collapsing - you better be careful!). If you are interested in the history of the place, it is advisable to take a knowledgeable tour.

Did you know that the famous "Tallinn sprats" were once packaged on the island of Hara? Estonia's most beautiful sailing ship, the Tormilind (petrel), was also built in Hara Bay.

In Hara, the wonderful nature of Lahemaa, historical traces and the perseverance of our ancestors meet. It is a former submarine base. Here were Soviet submarines by means of a submerged