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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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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Sakala (newspaper)
Sakala is an Estonian language daily newspaper first published in Viljandi on 11 March 1878 by Carl Robert Jakobson, a major figure of the Estonian national awakening period in the 19th century.Sakala...
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Eric Pehap
Eric Pehap (10 April 1912 Viljandi, Estonia - 22 November 1981 Toronto, Canada)also known as Erich Konstantin or simply Pehap, was an abstract artist working in Canada.
Eric Pehap was born in Vilj...
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 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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FC Viljandi
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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...
Argo Arbeiter
Argo Arbeiter (born 5 December 1973 in Viljandi) is a retired professional Estonian football striker. He is currently playing in Estonian IV league in club FC Eston Villa.
Arbeiter obtained a tota...
Grand Race around Lake Viljandi
The Grand Race around Lake Viljandi is an annual cross country running competition that takes place in Viljandi, Estonia. It is also the oldest traditional running event in Estonia and has been organi...
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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JK Viljandi Tulevik
Viljandi Tulevik is an Estonian football club, playing in the town of Viljandi.The club was originally founded in 1912. They play their home games at Viljandi linnastaadion.
Tulevik was a part of...
Joakim Puhk
Joakim Puhk (25 May 1888 – 14 September 1942) was an Estonian businessman, economist and Rotarian; a member of the International Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the International Olympic Co...
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Viljandi Folk Music Festival
The Viljandi Folk Music Festival is a music festival in Estonia with a central focus on European folk music. It is traditionally held during the last weekend of July, when the otherwise quiet city of ...
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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...
Battle of Viljandi (1223)
On 29 January 1223, during a church service, the Sackalians attacked the Germans inside the stronghold of Viljandi. They killed Sword-Brothers, vartels, merchants and even Mauritius, the vogt of Vilja...