Kuremäe Convent was built in 1892 under the supervision of the Estonian governor Duke Sahhovskoi Sergei. There is a beautiful Main Church with a big park with numerous outbuildings and gate towers in the Convent. The convent has about 100 inhabitants. In the garden of the Convent grows an oak the circuit of which is 4.3 m; among religious people this oak is known as "the sacred tree". Kuremae is the only active Russian Orthodox convent in Estonia. The convent is located on the highest hill of the area- the picturesque Kuremäe. It is definitely worth to visit the "holy spring" on the North West side and go for a dip in the bathing house. Kuremäe Convent is one of the most important tourism magnets in Ida-Virumaaa county.