Views of the waterfall in Keila-Joa. The waterfall is 6 meters high and 60 to 70 meters wide.
In winter the waterfall may freeze, letting just a small stream of ice cold water through under the ice. You can walk across the ice to the other side.
The Keila-Joa waterfall is the second largest waterfall in Estonia, the largest being Jagala-Juga.
There is a close-up of an ice formation from the Keila-Joa waterfall available as a background image.
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