This category contains sites related to Tapa rural municipality (Estonian: Tapa vald). The municipality covers 263 square kilomters and has a population of approximately 9,500. Tapa town is the administrative center. The municipality consists of:
- 1 Town (Estonian: linn): Tapa,
- 1 borough (Estonian: alevik): Lehtse,
- 25 villages (Estonian: külad): Imastu, Jootme, Jäneda, Karkuse, Kuru, Kõrveküla, Linnape, Loksu, Lokuta, Läpi, Läste, Moe, Nõmmküla, Näo, Patika, Piilu, Pruuna, Rabasaare, Raudla, Rägavere, Räsna, Saiakopli, Saksi, Tõõrakõrve, and Vahakulmu.
Provides accommodation and conference facilities. Located in Tapa vald. [Estonian, English, Finnish, Russian]
Kõrveküla Holiday Centre
A log cabin and sauna in a rural setting by a pond. Information about activities in the surrounding areas. [Estonian, English]
Tapa (Town) - Wikipedia
History of the town, its former military bases, the railway, and the meetings held at the beginning of the 20th century to agree on a common written version of Estonian.
Last update:January 16, 2010 at 14:57:11 UTC