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Nõo

Nõo
Small borough
Nõo church
Nõo church
Nõo is located in Estonia
Nõo
Nõo
Location in Estonia
Coordinates:
Country Estonia
County Tartu County
Municipality Nõo Parish
First mentioned 1319
Population (2011 Census[1])
 • Total 1,492

Nõo is a small borough (Estonian: alevik) in Tartu County, in southern Estonia. It's located about 15 km southwest of the city of Tartu by the Tartu–ValgaRiga railway and the European route E264 (also known as Via Hanseatica). Nõo is the administrative centre of Nõo Parish. As of 2011 Census, the settlement's population was 1,492.[1]

Nõo was first mentioned in 1319 as Nughen and as a separate church parish in 1483, during the times when it belonged to the Bishopric of Dorpat.[2] Nõo St. Laurence Lutheran Church is believed to have been built around the 1250s to 1260s.[3]

According to USSR – the Ural-1. In 1994 Nõo school was separated into Nõo Secondary Science Gymnasium and Nõo Primary School.[4][5]

Notable people

  • Jaak Järv (1852–1920), writer and journalist; worked as a teacher in Nõo school
  • Helen Klaos (Helen Reino, born 1983), badminton player
  • Juhan Kotkas (1878–1963), violist and composer; was born in Nõo
  • Aleksander Läte (1860–1948), composer; worked at the Nõo school 1883–1900
  • Martin Lipp (1854–1923), poet; served as the pastor of Nõo church
  • Ado Reinvald (1847–1922), writer; lived in Nõo
  • Eduard Tubin (1905–1982), composer and conductor; worked as a teacher in Nõo school

References

  1. ^ a b "Population by place of residence (settlement), sex and age".  
  2. ^ "Nõo alevik" (in Estonian). eestigiid.ee. Retrieved 21 February 2012. 
  3. ^ "Nõo kirik" (in Estonian).  
  4. ^ "Ajalugu" (in Estonian). Nõo Põhikool. Retrieved 21 February 2012. 
  5. ^ "Ajalugu" (in Estonian). Nõo Reaalgümnaasium. Retrieved 21 February 2012. 

External links

  • Nõo Parish (Estonian)
  • Tourist Information Tartu and Tartu County - Nõo (Estonian)
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