|Location:||Halliste Ancient Valley, 3km west of Polli village near Mägiste (Mäkiste) farm, Viljandi County.|
|Dimension:||L=12.5m, W=6.5m, 3m. P: W=5m, H=2.5m.|
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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Maimu Cave is developed in an outcrop of Tarvastu Beds, yellowish-red, cross-bedded, medium-cemented sandstones of the Aruküla Regional Stage which is the upper Eifelian. According to legends the devil lives in the cave. The cave is the location of the novel Maimu by the Estonian author August Kitzberg, published in 1893.
The cave is of suffosional origin, which means the fine grains in the soft sandstone were relocated by groundwater flowing through the pores. It is devloped in Tarvastu Beds, yello and red, cross-bedded, medium-cemented sandstones of the Aruküla Regional Stage, upper Eifelian.