The origin of Mulgimaa’s famous wealth was the growth of the town, the pace of which accelerated at the beginning of the 19th century. It was the Mulks of Southern Viljandi County who were the first peasants to purchase farms from manor lords following their emancipation from serfdom. Their growth in wealth was demonstrated by stately manor houses, as well as their ability to send their children to study in the best and most expensive schools.
Today, an attempt is being made to keep the traditions of the Mulks alive through the Mulgi language, traditional costumes and food.

In each Mulgimaa parish, visitors are greeted by a grand wooden sculpture.

Recommendations on what to see in Mulgimaa can be found here. Map to help you find your way.

Balti kett 30 rattaretk 24. August 2019 kell 10:00
XII Meefestivali laat 07. September 2019 kell 09:00


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Curly Strings XII Meefestivalil

07. September 2019 kell 16:30
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Monument to August Kitzberg

Heimtali Museum of Domestic Life

Halliste Holy Anna Church

Heimtali mõis ja park

Heimtali Distillery

Kaljurahnu ceramic kiln

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Abja Municipal Museum
The Anrep memorial on Kärstna Kabelimägi (the Chapel Hill)