Narva Estonia Swamps

narva estonia swamps

narva estonia swamps

The 2nd Shock Army expanded the bridgehead in the Krivasoo Swamp south of Narva five days later, temporarily cutting the Narva–Tallinn Railway behind the III SS Panzer Corps. Govorov was unable to encircle the smaller German Army Group, which called in reinforcements.

Army Group Sponheimer blew up the ice on the southern 50 kilometre section of the Narva river from Lake Peipus to Krivasoo swamp. North of the town, the 4th Soviet Rifle Regiment reached the Narva river, establishing a small bridgehead across it on 2 February 1944.

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.

Narva. The place that you see from the Narva live cam is not only one of the biggest cities in Estonia but also one of the most important historical centers in the state and the whole Europe.

The 2nd Shock Army expanded the bridgehead in the Krivasoo Swamp south of Narva five days later, temporarily cutting the Narva–Tallinn Railway behind the III SS Panzer Corps. Govorov was unable to encircle the smaller German Army Group, which called in reinforcements.

Battle of Narva (1944)'s wiki: The Battle of Narva was a military campaign between the German Army Detachment "Narwa" and the Soviet Leningrad Front fought for possession of the strategically important Narva Isthmus on 2 February – 10 August 1944 during World War II.

The Alutaguse region is the biggest area of coniferous forests and swamps in Estonia. The longest sand beach of Estonia and the unique Smolnitsa sand dune area on the north coast of Lake Peipsi, Narva River, the river with the biggest water flow in Estonia along with old river meanders and periodically flooding grasslands at Struuga, the area ...

View of Narva in 2014 Narva ( 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 .

Estonia has been dominated by foreign powers through much of its history. In 1940 it was incorporated into the U.S.S.R. as one of its constituent republics. Estonia remained a Soviet republic until 1991, when, along with the other Baltic states, it declared its independence.

This year, the members of the Otsing Club (“detecting club”) found a 76.2-mm regimental gun, the 1927 model, in the swamps of Narva. A total of 18,000 such guns were produced, of which only a small number have survived to this day. It’s good that in Estonia, the Sinimäe museum will now exhibit its own copy of this interesting weapon.

Narva Estonia Swamps Pictures