- Stone circle. Photo: Metsähallitus/Laura Lehtonen
Käräjämäki hill was inhabited as early as the Stone Age, when Eura was still located by the sea. The hill was a burial ground during the Iron Age. It is best known for the mysterious stone circle known as ‘Court circle' or ‘judges' stones' that stands guard above two graves. Käräjämäki is one of Finland's most famous antiquities.