This category contains sites about and related to the county of Ida-Virumaa (Ida-Viru county, Estonian: Ida-Viru maakond) in the Republic of Estonia. The county is located in north-eastern Estonia, where it borders with Russia, it covers an area of 3,364 km², has approximately 170,000 inhabitants and has Narva as the capital. Ida-Virumaa is subdivided into 22 municipalities:
- 6 urban municipalities (linnad in Estonian): Kiviõli, Kohtla-Järve, Narva, Narva-Jõesuu, Püssi, and Sillamäe.
- 16 rural municipalities (vallad in Estonian): Alajõe, Aseri, Avinurme, Iisaku, Illuka, Jõhvi, Kohtla, Kohtla-Nõmme, Lohusuu, Lüganuse, Maidla, Mäetaguse, Sonda, Toila, Tudulinna, and Vaivara.
Producer of wooden products for in and around the house, including sauna and kitchen items. Photos and pricelist. Factory outlet located in Avinurme. [Estonian, English]
Provides information about the county for residents, visitors and businesses. [Estonian, English, Russian, Finnish]
Underground museum in a former shale mine. [Estonian, English]
A 16th century stronghold available for organizing events and weddings. [Estonian, English, Russian, German]
Producer of timber frame houses. Photos. [Estonian, English]
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Last update:January 27, 2017 at 11:54:06 UTC