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A large part of what makes Pärnu such a relaxing place to visit are its vast, green areas designed for strolling. Among them are Koidula park, adjacent the Old Town area, with its colourful flower beds and fountain, and the Rannapark, established back in 1882, next to the beach. Rannapark is dotted with various sculptures, flower gardens and play-areas, but the most interesting part is the section west of Mere pst., which is home to some odd works of modern outdoor art. The newly-renovated areas all around the Vallikraav, or old moat in the middle of town, are also a must-see.


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