Lihula


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Lihula

 

an urban-type settlement in Haapsalu Raion, Estonian SSR, situated near the Baltic coast, 46 km southwest of the Risti station on the Tallinn-Haapsalu line. A shop producing textiles is located in the settlement. Lihula also manufactures reinforced-concrete items.

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The goods are delivered and installed at the expense of Supplier Address Lihula mnt 12 Haapsalu 90507th
To some extent the issues of settlement plans have been discussed in the studies of older housing patterns of Lihula (Germ.
Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through the adoption of renewable biofuels in the boiler house of OU Lihula Soojus, was one of many projects completed in Estonia during the last period.
Kakutahiswa kwa pukelezo ya za naheni ye li mwalibaka za sizo mwa Sikiliti sa Caprivi ni litakazo ze nze lihula mwa Kamaiso ya Limbule za Nyambe ye mwahalaa Sicaba (CBNRM), bazamaisi ba limbule za Nyambe ba kenyizwe hahulu famisebezi mwalibaka za pukelezo ya za naheni.
The first site (Figs 1 and 2) was located in the courtyard of the modern Lihula Central Townstore (58[degrees]41'N, 23[degrees]48'E) at an altitude of 14.
overtly Nazi monument opened up in a little town called Lihula.
Mai 1945) ist die grosse Ausnahme, denn er ist in einer vollkommen estnischsprachigen Familie aufgewachsen, in der in Westestland liegenden Gemeinde Lihula, im Dorf Petaluse, wo er zuerst die vierklassige Grundschule in Tuudi, spater die Mittelschule in Lihula besuchte und erfolgreich an landesweiten Schulolympiaden in Muttersprache teilnahm.
Liikumine oli tugevam alevike ja kihelkonnakeskuste, nagu Juuru, Johvi, Jarvakandi, Juri, Keila, Koeru, Kohila, Kose, Lihula, Martna, Marjamaa, Moisakula, Poide, Rapla, Sangaste, Velise ning Vigala umbruses.
The payment debacle has always been viewed as the principal reason; however, Erik XIV has granted Kursell, as a compensation and for his services, monetary bonuses (a record was made of 4,000 thalers donated to him and his brother Heinrich) as well as the estates of Tamba and Varbla (that once belonged to the Farensbach family) and Virtsu (property of the Uexkull family) in Laanemaa, and the Lihula castle in October 1567.