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Vastse-kuuste
VASTSE-KUUSTE is a small borough (alevik) in Vastse-Kuuste Parish , Põlva County
Põlva County
in southeastern Estonia
Estonia
. REFERENCES * ^ "NGA GeoName Database". National Geospatial Intelligence Agency . Archived from the original on 2008-06-08. Retrieved 2008-07-09
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Vändra
VäNDRA is a borough (Estonian : alev) with a municipality status in Pärnu County , Estonia
Estonia
. Vändra
Vändra
is surrounded by Vändra Parish in which the borough itself is not part of. It has a population of 2,500 and an area of 3.28 km². Vändra
Vändra
is the birthplace of the Estonian poet Lydia Koidula (1843–1886). NOTABLE PEOPLE * Karl von Ditmar (1822-1892), geologist and explorer * Tanel Kangert (born 1987), professional cyclist * Tarvo Seeman (born 1969), chess playerREFERENCES * ^ "Population figure and composition". Statistics Estonia. Retrieved 29 January 2010. External link in publisher= (help ) * ^ " Estonia
Estonia
Bank Notes". Tom Chao\'s Paper Money Gallery. Retrieved 29 January 2010
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Tootsi
TOOTSI is a borough (Estonian : alev) in southwestern Estonia
Estonia
. Administratively it constitutes Tootsi
Tootsi
Parish ( Tootsi
Tootsi
vald) — a rural municipality within Pärnu County . It has the population of 951 (as of 1 January 2009) and an area of 1.76 km². Tootsi
Tootsi
station on the Edelaraudtee 's western route is located in the neighbouring Elbi village. REFERENCES * ^ "Population figure and composition". Statistics Estonia. Retrieved 29 January 2010
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Small Boroughs Of Estonia
The following is a list of boroughs (Estonian : alevid) and small boroughs (Estonian : alevikud) in Estonia
Estonia

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Adavere
ADAVERE is a small borough (Estonian : alevik) in Põltsamaa Parish , Jõgeva County
Jõgeva County
in central Estonia
Estonia
. It has a population of 632 (as of 1 January 2010). ADAVERE MANOR Adavere
Adavere
Manor (German : Addafer) was established as an estate in the 17th century. The estate has belonged to several Baltic German aristocratic families during the centuries. The present building was constructed in 1892-1893. Some original interior details survive to this day, and Art Nouveau
Art Nouveau
ceiling decorations were uncovered in 2000. * Adavere
Adavere
Manor REFERENCES * ^ " Põltsamaa
Põltsamaa
valla arengukava 2004-2015" (PDF) (in Estonian). Põltsamaa
Põltsamaa
vald. 2010-03-18. p. 6. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 July 2011. Retrieved 24 May 2010
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Ahja
AHJA is a small borough (alevik) in Ahja Parish , Põlva County in southeastern Estonia
Estonia
. Named after the Ahja River , it is located 191 km southeast of Tallinn
Tallinn
and about 16 km north of Põlva . CONTENTS * 1 Ahja
Ahja
manor * 2 See also * 3 Notable people * 4 See also * 5 References * 6 External links * 7 Templates AHJA MANOR Small lake on Ahja
Ahja
territory. The earliest references to Ahja
Ahja
estate (German : Aya) are from 1553. It belonged to the Oxenstierna
Oxenstierna
family in the 17th century but was later taken over by the Swedish state through one of the so-called reductions . In 1716, it was given to Christina Glück, the widow of Johann Ernst Glück , in whose family the future Catherine I of Russia grew up
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Pärnu-Jaagupi
PäRNU-JAAGUPI is a borough (alev) in Pärnu County , Estonia
Estonia
, the administrative centre of Halinga Parish . It has a population of 1,291 (as of 9 January 2009). Estonian stage and film actress Herta Elviste (1923-2015) was born in Pärnu-Jaagupi. REFERENCES * ^ "Haldusjaotus" (in Estonian). Halinga vald http://www.halingavald.ee. Retrieved 25 December 2009
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Paikuse
PAIKUSE is a borough (Estonian : alev) in Pärnu County , southwestern Estonia
Estonia
. It is the administrative centre of Paikuse Parish . As of 2011 Census , the settlement's population was 2,375. Paikuse
Paikuse
is the birthplace of chess player Helmuth Luik (1928-2009). REFERENCES * ^ A B "Population by place of residence (settlement), sex and age". Statistics Estonia
Estonia
. 31 December 2011
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Kohila
KOHILA (formerly also KAPA-KOHILA, German : Koil, Kappakoil) is a borough (Estonian : alev) in Rapla County , northern Estonia
Estonia
. It is the administrative center of Kohila Parish . Kohila
Kohila
has a population of 3,505 (as of 1 January 2006). Kohila
Kohila
has a station on Edelaraudtee 's westward line. The former name of the borough "Kapa-Kohila" is used as a synonym for "middle of nowhere" or to name any random place in Estonia. CONTENTS * 1 Kohila
Kohila
manor * 2 Economy * 3 Notable residents * 4 References * 5 External links KOHILA MANOR Kohila
Kohila
manor (German : Koil) dates back to at least 1438. During its long history, the estate has belonged to various Baltic German families, including the Wrangel family , who owned it for more than 200 years
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Kohtla-Nõmme
KOHTLA-NõMME is a borough (Estonian : alev) in northeastern Estonia . Administratively it constitutes Kohtla-Nõmme
Kohtla-Nõmme
Parish (Kohtla-Nõmme vald) — a rural municipality within Ida-Viru County
Ida-Viru County
. It has a population of 1,047 (as of 1 January 2009) and an area of 4.64 km². SEE ALSO * New Consolidated Gold Fields * Kohtla-Nõmme
Kohtla-Nõmme
TV Mast REFERENCES * ^ "Population figure and composition". http://www.stat.ee Statistics Estonia. Retrieved 29 January 2010
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Lavassaare
LAVASSAARE is a borough (Estonian : alev) in Audru Parish , Pärnu County , in southwestern Estonia
Estonia
. It had a population of 539 on 1 January 2009 and an area of 8.00 km². SEE ALSO * Lake Lavassaare REFERENCES * ^ "Population figure and composition"
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Märjamaa
MäRJAMAA is a borough (Estonian : alev) in Rapla County , Estonia
Estonia
. It is the administrative center of Märjamaa Parish . Märjamaa
Märjamaa
has a population of 2,961 as of 29 November 2012, making it the largest settlement in the whole of Märjamaa Parish . CONTENTS * 1 Notable people * 2 See also * 3 References * 4 External links NOTABLE PEOPLE * Arvo Valton (born 1935), writer * Artur Uritamm (1901–1982), composer, taught music in Märjamaa from 1950 to 1955SEE ALSO * RFC Märjamaa REFERENCES * ^ "Google Translate". google.co.uk. Retrieved 13 August 2015. * ^ " Märjamaa
Märjamaa
valla arengukava" (in Estonian). Märjamaa
Märjamaa
vald. p. 43. Retrieved 29 January 2010
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Äksi
ÄKSI is a small borough (Estonian : alevik) in Tartu Parish , Tartu County in Estonia
Estonia
. It is located on the southern shore of Lake Saadjärv , and has a population of 477 (as of 1 January 2010). The Ice Age Centre , a museum about the latest ice age , is located in Äksi. REFERENCES * ^ A B "Kohanimenõukogu koosoleku protokoll nr 34" (PDF) (in Estonian). EKI Place Names Board. p. 5. * ^ "Contact". Ice Age Centre. Retrieved 2 September 2013
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Alatskivi
Vallavanem Andu Tõrva ALATSKIVI is a small borough (Estonian : alevik) in Tartu County
Tartu County
, Estonia
Estonia
. It is the administrative centre of Alatskivi Parish . The main sight in Alatskivi
Alatskivi
is the gothic style castle of a local manor
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Assaku
ASSAKU is a small borough (Estonian : alevik) in Rae Parish , Harju County , northern Estonia
Estonia
. As of 2011 Census , the settlement's population was 460. REFERENCES * ^ A B "Population by place of residence (settlement), sex and age". Statistics Estonia
Estonia
. 31 December 2011
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Aseri
ASERI is a small borough (Estonian : alevik) in Ida-Viru County
Ida-Viru County
, in northeastern Estonia
Estonia
. It is the administrative centre of Aseri
Aseri
Parish . As of 2011 Census , the settlement's population was 1,439, of which the Estonians
Estonians
were 506 (35.2%). NOTABLE PEOPLE * Heino Hankewitz (born 1954), social manager * Melanie Kukk (1903–2000), artist * Sulev Oll (born 1964), journalistREFERENCES * ^ A B "Number and share of Estonians
Estonians
by place of residence (settlement)". Statistics Estonia
Estonia
. 31 December 2011
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