Karksi-Nuia


Karksi-Nuia

Infobox Settlement
subdivision_type = Country
subdivision_name = EST
subdivision_type1 = County
timezone=EET
utc_offset=+2
timezone_DST=EEST
utc_offset_DST=+3
map_caption = Location of Karksi-Nuia
official_name=Karksi-Nuia linn
other_name=Karksi-Nuia


image_shield=
subdivision_name1=Viljandi County
leader_name=
area_total_km2=3
population_total=2027
population_footnotes=cite web |url=https://www.karksi.ee/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=34&Itemid=1 |title=Karksi Vald - Population |accessdate=2008-06-02 |publisher=Karksi Parish|date= ]
population_as_of=2007
population_density_km2=
coor=58°6' N 25°33' E
latd=58|latm=6|latNS=N|longd=25|longm=33|longEW=E



elevation_ft=367
elevation_footnotes= [cite web |url=http://www.fallingrain.com/world/EN/20/KarksiNuia.html |title=Karksi-Nuia, Estonia Page |accessdate=2008-06-01 |publisher=Fallingrain.com |date= ]

Karksi-Nuia is a town in Viljandi County, Southern Estonia close to the Latvian bordercite web |url=https://www.karksi.ee/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=1 |title=Karksi Vald - Location |accessdate=2008-06-02 |publisher=Karksi Parish|date= ] . The nearest towns are Univere to the west, Polli and Karksi to the north, and Kovakula to the south. Discus throwers Märt Israel and Margus Hunt hail from there.

History

Karksi was first mentioned in the 12th century as a administrative center.cite web |url=https://www.karksi.ee/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=17&Itemid=1 |title=Karksi Vald - History and Symbols |accessdate=2008-06-02 |publisher=Karksi Parish|date=]

Geography

Karksi-Nuia is situated in the southern part of Viljandi County. It has an area of 3 km² and about 2100 inhabitants. It is part of the Karksi Parish, a municipality that consists of the town and the 20 villages around it. Karksi-Nuia is about 34 km from Viljandi, 82 km from Pärnu and Tartu and 100 km from Tallinn.

Demographics

As of 2007, Karksi-Nuia had a population of 2100.

Administration

Local administration of Karksi-Nuia town and the Karksi Parish were united in 1999.

References

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