South Estonia 

The South of Estonia is a diverse region with unique cultures, ski resorts and Tartu.
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Tartu is the second largest city in Estonia with a population of 100,000. It is a Hanseatic city and a university town.

In South Estonia

Viljandi is an ancient hilly city in the South of Estonia. Evidence of civilization around Viljandi dates back to 500 B.C.

Soomaa National Park is in Viljandimaa and Pärnumaa of Estonia. With 390km2 it's the second largest national park in Estonia.

Otepää is a small town set in the hills of south Estonia. It's located approximately 50km north from Tartu.

Karula National Park is in Valgamaa of Estonia. Karula National Park is Estonian’s smallest and it was recognised as a national park in 1993.

Valga is a town in southern Estonia, on the border with Latvia. Valga and Valka in Latvia are actually one town.

Võru is a city in Southern Estonia. The surrounding Võrumaa covers 2,305 km². The Võro language is the main language spoken but Estonian is universally spoken as well.

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