Viljandi linnastaadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Viljandi, Estonia. It is used mostly for football matches and hosts the matches of FC Viljandi. The stadium has 1,006 seats of which 400 are under the roof.
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Vana-Kuuste is a village in Kambja Parish, Tartu County in eastern Estonia.
Valgjärve Parish (Estonian: Valgjärve vald) is a rural municipality of Estonia, in Põlva County.
Taevaskoja (Võro: Taivaskua) is a village in Põlva Parish, Põlva County in southeastern Estonia, known for its outcrops of Devonian sandstone on the banks of Ahja river.
Suislepa Airfield (also given as Tõrva, Torva and Torva North) is an air base in Estonia located 15 km north of Tõrva. It is an abandoned front-line or maritime bomber base that was mainly used in the 1960s. Some remains of runways and taxiways can …
Pühajärv ("Holy lake") is a lake of Estonia, near the town of Otepää.
Puhja Parish is a rural municipality in Tartu County, Estonia.
Paistu Parish (Estonian: Paistu vald) was a rural municipality of Estonia, in Viljandi County.
Korporatsioon Sakala (abbreviated Korp! Sakala) is a fraternal organization of Estonian higher education students.
Fraternitas Estica is an all-male academic corporation at the University of Tartu, Estonia.
Ahja Parish (Estonian: Ahja vald) is a rural municipality of Estonia, in Põlva County.
Aarna is a village in Põlva Parish, Põlva County in southeastern Estonia.
The Ülikooli Street (Estonian: Ülikooli tänav, University Street) is a street in the center of Tartu in Estonia. Named after the University of Tartu whose main building is located on this street (18 Ülikooli str.), it runs through the business distr…
Võngjärv is a lake of Estonia.
Voika is a village in Nõo Parish, Tartu County in eastern Estonia.
Visnapuu is a village in Kambja Parish, Tartu County, Estonia.
The Valgjärve TV Mast (Estonian: Valgjärve telemast) is a 347 metres high guyed mast in Southern Estonia.
Suure-Kambja is a village in Kambja Parish, Tartu County in eastern Estonia.