Hiiumaa


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Hii•u•maa

(ˈhi uˌmɑ)

n.
an island in the Baltic, E of and belonging to Estonia. 373 sq. mi. (965 sq. km).
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Performing regular surveys of electricity network of elektrilevi o, Data collection and transfer in the western region: Jrvamaa, Ida-harjumaa, Lne-harjumaa, Raplamaa, Prnumaa and the islands (including saaremaa, Hiiumaa, Muhu, Prangli, Kihnu, Ruhnu, Abruka, Manilaid).
Control of parts of the islands of Saaremaa and Hiiumaa could play a significant role in affecting freedom of navigation into and out of both the Gulf of Finland and the Gulf of Riga.
July 31--August 06, Hiiumaa Dance Festival 2017, Hiiu County Kaina Parish, Hiiumaa Island
Settlement site IA at Kopu is situated in the Kopu Peninsula in the western part of the Island of Hiiumaa.
Laanemaa was a county in the western part of Estonia along the Baltic Sea that included the island of Hiiumaa and consisted of a population of approximately 75,000; the largest minority was a Swedish-speaking population (approximately 6,000-7,000) living compactly on a number of small islands and in a few coastal communes; in all, 37 communes of various sizes existed in the county; the only town and the county seat, Haapsalu, had a population of 4,500.
Estonia said yesterday that it was boosting surveillance around the islands of Hiiumaa and Saaremaa islands - a potential resupply route from the West in the event of conflict with Russia to the east.
Besides birches, bird cherry branches and spring flowers could be used or even junipers in the Isles of Saaremaa and Hiiumaa (EMSUKA; ERK III 210-211, 220-221, 330-331; http://www.
The extent of GA towards the north is unknown, but the amount of the eroded material can be interpolated and calculated between the Estonian mainland and Hiiumaa Island.
The project involves five LEADER Local Actions Groups; Central Warwickshire Villages, Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership, Vallee Du Loir (France), Hiiumaa (Estonia) and Saaremaa (Estonia) working together over the last two and a half years to strengthen links between local schools and local food producers and help children understand more about where their food comes from.
These areas are the west coasts of the islands of Hiiumaa and Saaremaa, and north-northwest coast of the Kurzeme Peninsula.