Nõva is a village in Lääne County, on the northwestern coast of Estonia. It is the administrative centre of Nõva Parish. Nõva has a population of 136 as of 2010. Nõva was first mentioned in 1402 as Neyve, the name is believed to originate from the same Finno-Ugric root which has given a name to Neva River. Nõva is home to wooden St. Olaf's church which was built somewhere in the 18th century. Educator and publisher Friedrich Brandt (1830–1890) served as a sacristan in Nõva in the 1870s. Swedish politician Ilmar Reepalu was born in Nõva in 1943. Wikipedia
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