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Cemetery is istuated to the north from Narva on the way to Narva-Joesuu.
This is an old cemetery of Estonians before World War II. In much of "new" - cemeteries after war period in Narva are thombs mostly of Russians. Postwar Narva is populated mostly by Russians/russian speaking people.
There are lots of old tombs, crosses in the cemetery.
Updated Oct 20, 2008
In some 10 km Narva-Jõesuu sea resort is situated. It is known of its nice beach, nature and spa hotel/sanatorium.
The beach is one of the best beaches in whole Estonia. Few kilometres of sandy beach is real attraction of thousands tourists visiting region in summer time. In warm summer days beach is crowded by people, there are many locals came from city of Narva, Sillamae etc and also tourists.
At the time of Soviet Union Narva-Joesuu was very popular resort for Russian tourists. Today N-J resort comes through rebirth.
Updated Oct 1, 2007