Narva

Narva is the third largest city in Estonia. It is located at the eastern extreme point of Estonia, by the Russian border, on the Narva River which drains Lake Peipus.

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Leonid Gulov
... Leonid Gulov (born September 29, 1981, in Narva, Estonia) is a retired Estonian rower ... He is a member of rowing club "SK Narva Energia" located in Narva ...
Battle For Narva Bridgehead - Soviet Difficulties in February - Siivertsi Bridgehead in Mid-February
... a bridgehead on the west bank near the settlement of Siivertsi further north from Narva on 12 February ... The bridgehead soon became the most critical position on the whole Narva front ... If the Soviets succeeded there, Narva city would fall quickly and the Narva bridgehead on the east bank of the river would be cut off ...
Lovisa Von Burghausen - Kidnapped
... Lovisa was born in the city of Narva in Swedish Estonia, one of five daughters to the noble Swedish major Gustaf von Burghausen and Margareta von Brundert ... of the city when it was taken by the Russians after the Battle of Narva (1704) ... captive, whom they sold as slaves, and many of the citizens of Narva, both Swedes and Estonians, were to be sold at the slave markets in Russia and Turkey ...
Narva, Primorsky Krai
... Narva (Russian Нарва) is a village (selo) in Khasansky District of Primorsky Krai, Russia, situated by the Narva River about 6.5 kilometers (4.0 mi) from its discharge into the Narva Bay of ...