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Narva ( Estonian pronunciation: [ˈnɑrʋɑ], Russian: нарва) is the third largest city in Estonia. It is located at the eastern extreme point of Estonia, at the Russian border, on the Narva River which drains Lake Peipus .
Much of the border with Estonia is water, passing through the channel of the Narva River and Lake Peipsi, but in the south there is a land border, parts of which were disputed when Estonia joined the European Union and NATO.
Latest news. A waiting area of motorbikes and passenger cars for border crossing opens in South-East Estonia Due to the increased number of border crossings by passenger cars and the necessity to grant road safety on the roads leading to the border crossing point, a waiting area of motorbikes and passenger cars opens at...
Estonia is lavishing money on cultural projects in the border city of Narva, amid fears that the country’s neglected Russian minority is prone to Kremlin influence.
Estonia’s third largest city – four reasons to visit 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 . The frontier location of Narva is the most characteristic feature of both the past and the present of the town.
On 2011, the procedure for crossing the border at the Estonian-Russian border changed. According to the new procedure, a common border crossing queue information system was created, which is used in three Estonian road border points (in the direction of exiting Estonia): Narva-Ivangorod, Koidula-Kunitsina Gora and Luhamaa-Shumilkina.
Russia-Estonia Border Dispute. ... «Regrettably, Estonia has handed over, to Russia, a part of the Narva reservoir and almost 1,000 kilometres of sea in Narva Bay. When and where has the ...
When Estonia regained its independence after the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, Narva became a border town.