Viljandi was one of the first towns in Estonia that in addition to the street lighting, paved streets for cars and pedestrians and sewerage also owned waterworks and a water tower. It has been the symbol of Viljandi through the years.
In autumn, 1911 the water entered from the tank of the water tower into the town's pipes: the water tower started its work and the waterworks of Viljandi were born. But since the completion of the new water tower in '60s, the old one lost its importance as a part of town's waterworks. New and modern water treatment plant with respective appliances was built up in 2003.
Viljandi old water tower was restored in spring 2001 and was opened for tourists as a sightseeing tower (look at my photos of the postcard to see the restored Viljandi old water tower). Obviously we loved the beautiful view on the town, the lake and the hilly landscape of the town's neighbourhood.
I was wearing: denim vest - Gilty Trend Point /thrifted/; belted dress - DIVIDED by H&M; feather necklace - Seppälä; wedges - Adelante /thrifted/.