The South of
is a diverse region with unique cultures, ski resorts and
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Tartu is the second largest city in
with a population of 100,000. It is a Hanseatic city and a university town.
Viljandi is an ancient hilly city in the South of
. Evidence of civilization around Viljandi dates back to 500 B.C.
Soomaa National Park
Soomaa National Park is in Viljandimaa and
. With 390km2 it's the second largest national park in Estonia.
Otepää is a small town set in the hills of south
. It's located approximately 50km north from
Karula National Park
Karula National Park is in Valgamaa of
. Karula National Park is Estonian’s smallest and it was recognised as a national park in 1993.
Valga is a town in southern
, on the border with
. Valga and
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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South Estonia Resources
South Estonia – Mapcarta
South Estonia – Wikivoyage
Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.
- Matsuo Basho
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