Nearby: Ugala
Ugala is a theatre in the city of Viljandi in Estonia. It was founded in 1920 opening on January 10 of that year.
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Ugala
Ugala is a theatre in the city of Viljandi in Estonia. It was founded in 1920 opening on January 10 of that year.
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Viljandi Castle
Viljandi castle (Estonian: Viljandi ordulinnus, German: Ordensburg Fellin) of Teutonic Order, construction of which started 1224 in place of a former hillfort, was one of the strongest castles...
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Battle of Viljandi
The Battle of Viljandi was a battle during the Livonian Crusade in 1211. The battle ended with no decisive victory for the invaders as they were unable to take the stronghold. They did however, manage...
University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy
25°35′50″E / 58.36639°N 25.59722°E / 58.36639; 25.59722University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy (Estonian: Tartu Ülikooli Viljandi Kultuuriakadeemia) is an Estonian in...
Viljandi school shooting
The Viljandi school shooting was a school shooting that occurred on 27 October 2014, at a high school in Viljandi, the seat of Viljandi County, Estonia. The gunman was a 15-year-old student. The gunma...
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Siege of Fellin
The Siege of Fellin took place between March 25 and 17 May 1602 during the Polish–Swedish War (1600–1611). Polish and Lithuanian forces led by Grand Crown Hetman Jan Zamoyski besieged the Swedish-held...
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Viljandi
Viljandi ([ˈʋilʲˑjɑnʲˑdi]; German: Fellin) is a town and municipality in southern Estonia with a population of 17,473 in 2013. It is the capital of Viljandi County. The town was first mentioned in...
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Duchy of Livonia
The Duchy of Livonia (Polish: Księstwo Inflanckie; Latin: Ducatus Ultradunensis; Estonian: Üleväina-Liivimaa hertsogkond; Latvian: Pārdaugavas hercogiste; also referred to as Polish Li...
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Lake Viljandi
Lake Viljandi (Estonian: Viljandi järv; 1.55 km²) is a lake in Viljandi County, Estonia. The lake lies in the deep primeval valley of Viljandi, depth 11 m, length 4.6 km, width 450 m. Th...
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Viljandi linnastaadion
25°36′25.32″E / 58.3611556°N 25.6070333°E / 58.3611556; 25.6070333Viljandi linnastaadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Viljandi, Estonia. It is used mostly for football match...
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Jämejala
Jämejala is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 199 (as of 4 January 2010).
Pärsti Parish
Pärsti Parish (Estonian: Pärsti vald) was a rural municipality of Estonia, in Viljandi County.After the municipal elections held on 20 October 2013, Pärsti Parish was merged with Paistu, Saarepeed...
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Viljandi County
Viljandi County (Estonian: Viljandi maakond or Viljandimaa, German: Kreis Fellin), is one of 15 counties of Estonia. It is located in southern Estonia bordering Pärnu, Järva, Jõgeva, Tartu and...
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Aindu
Aindu is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 33 (as of 1 January 2010).
Peetrimõisa, Viljandi County
Peetrimõisa is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 199 (as of 1 January 2010).
Karula, Viljandi County
Karula is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 197 (as of 1 January 2010).Politician Jüri Jaakson (1870–1942) was born in Karula.
Viiratsi
Viiratsi (before 1920: Wieratz) is a small borough (Estonian: alevik) in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. As of 2011 Census, the settlement's population was 1,332.The Commander-in-chief ...
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Viiratsi Parish
Viiratsi Parish (Estonian: Viiratsi vald) was a rural municipality of Estonia, in Viljandi County.After the municipal elections held on 20 October 2013, Viiratsi Parish was merged with Paistu, Pär...
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Tobraselja
Tobraselja is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 75 (as of 1 January 2010).
Vana-Võidu
Vana-Võidu is a settlement in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County in southern Estonia.
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Võistre
Võistre is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 83 (as of 1 January 2010).
Taari
Taari is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 34 (as of 1 January 2010).
Päri, Viljandi County
Päri is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 496 (as of 4 January 2010).Viljandi Airfield (ICAO: EEVI) is located in Päri.
Heimtali
Heimtali is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 235 (as of 4 January 2010).
Heimtali estate (German: Heimthal) has a history that goes back to at lea...
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Paistu
Paistu is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. Until October 2013, it was the administrative centre of Paistu Parish. Paistu has a population of ~350.
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Kokaviidika
Kokaviidika is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 23 (as of 1 January 2010).
Paistu Parish
Paistu Parish (Estonian: Paistu vald) was a rural municipality of Estonia, in Viljandi County. After the local government council elections held on 20 October 2013, Paistu Parish was merged with P...
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Lake Auksi
The Lake Auksi is a lake in Viljandi County, Estonia, near the village of Auksi.
Auksi
Auksi is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 60 (as of 1 January 2010).
Aidu, Viljandi County
Aidu is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia.