Põlva

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Põlva

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Põlva Raion, Estonian SSR. Railroad station 234 km southeast of Tallinn. Population, 4,000 (1974). Põlva has a milk-products combine.

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Minister of Trade and Industry Tarek Kabil announced that the Polish Polva Group plans to set up its first dairy production complex in Egypt in 10th of Ramadan City, with investments amounting to EGP 600m in the first phase, according to the ministry.
The European Commission encourages EU regions to invest in high added value innovative projects, as well energy-saving projects to address ecological issues: the Martynas Mazvydas National Library of Lithuania, which now is turned into the main cultural activities hub in the heart of Vilnius, got 757,000 Euros from EU funds for the energy saving-related construction works in 2010-2015, during the library's reconstruction, while the Estonian town of Polva got almost 5 m Euros for construction of its new, nearly carbon-neutral school, which was opened in January 2017.
Dieser Fisch lebt uberwiegend in den sudestnischen Flussen und dort kennt man ihn als horn oder hornas (in Polva und Setu wurde auch die Benennung tahnik festgehalten, auf die Farbigkeit des Fisches verweisen noch die volkstumlichen Namen kires und kirevkala, vgl.
For example, in Kivijarve village, Vorumaa, on the shore of a lake in a swamp there had been a large stone with the numbers of years and other marks on it (ERA II 244, 654 (6) < Polva, Peri v.
This is most noticeable around the town of Polva, where the biggest Holstein dairy cattle herds of South-Estonia are located (there are approximately 2,100 Holstein cattle in Polva Agro LLC).
Aruanne inspektsioonist Vorumaale Rouge ja Polva kihelkondadesse 11.
inventory of emissions of hazardous substances and programme for the reduction of emissions in Hiiu, Jogeva, Jarva, Laane, Tartu, Polva, Parnu, Rapla, Saare, Valga, Viljandi, and Voru counties [14]
A few background sites in Polva district (South East Estonia) were investigated along with the oil-shale region.
Neil Ramshaw, Neil Winskill and Keith Douglas, from Newcastle City Council's football development scheme, were invited to Polva, in Southern Estonia, to deliver a coaching programme to young players at FC Lootos.
Neil Ramshaw, co-ordinator for the Year of Exercise & Sport 2006, who has already co-managed a similar project in Estonia, said: "Over the last three years Newcastle City Council has developed close links with Polva in Estonia and its football club, FC Lootos.