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Räpina
Räpina
(Võro: Räpinä, German: Rappin) is a town in Põlva
Põlva
County, Estonia. Räpina
Räpina
was administrative centre of Räpina
Räpina
raion from 1950 until 1961, currently it is the administrative centre of Räpina Parish.The oldest commercial enterprise in Räpina
Räpina
is the paper factory what started work in 1734.

Räpina
Räpina
keskväljak

Contents

1 Gallery 2 Notable people 3 References 4 External links

Gallery[edit]

Räpina
Räpina
paper mill

Räpina
Räpina
manor

Räpina
Räpina
church

Räpina
Räpina
Lake

Notable people[edit]

Paul Haavaoks (1924-1983), poet and writer Aapo Ilves
Aapo Ilves
(born 1970), poet, writer, artist and musician

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Räpina Parish
Räpina Parish
(in Estonian)

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Cities and towns (Linnad) of Estonia

Abja-Paluoja Antsla Elva Haapsalu Jõgeva Jõhvi Kallaste Kärdla Karksi-Nuia Kehra Keila Kilingi-Nõmme Kiviõli Kohtla-Järve Kunda Kuressaare Lihula Loksa Maardu Mõisaküla Mustvee Narva Narva-Jõesuu Otepää Paide Paldiski Pärnu Põltsamaa Põlva Püssi Rakvere Räpina Rapla Saue Sillamäe Sindi Suure-Jaani Tallinn Tamsalu Tapa Tartu Tõrva Türi Valga Viljandi Võhma Võru

Jaanilinn (Ivangorod) and Petseri (Pechory) were annexed by the Soviet Union in 1945 and are currently part of Russia.

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Settlements in Räpina
Räpina
Parish

Town

Räpina

Villages

Jaanikeste Kassilaane Kõnnu Köstrimäe Leevaku Linte Mägiotsa Meelva Naha Nulga Pääsna Pindi Raadama Rahumäe Raigla Ristipalo Ruusa Saareküla Sillapää Sülgoja Suure-Veerksu Toolamaa Tooste Tsirksi Võiardi Võuküla

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