Tipu is a village in Põhja-Sakala Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 38 (as of 2002).
Hiiumaa is one of 15 counties of Estonia, being the smallest county both in terms of area and population. It consists of Hiiumaa, the second largest island of Estonia, and several smaller islands near it. The county borders Lääne County to the east and Saare County to the south.
Mana Wahine Te Ira Tangata was a small and short-lived political party in New Zealand. It was established by Alamein Kopu, a member of the New Zealand Parliament who had left her original party. After a short time as an independent MP, Kopu established Mana Wahine as her own party. It was officially registered on 12 June 1998.
Manu Alamein Kopu was a New Zealand politician.
Thames is a town at the southwestern end of the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand's North Island. It is located on the Firth of Thames close to the mouth of the Waihou River. The town is the seat of the Thames-Coromandel District Council. The Māori iwi are Ngāti Maru, who are descendants of Marutuahu's son Te Ngako. Ngāti Maru is part of the Ngati Marutuahu confederation of tribes or better known as Hauraki Iwi.
Kõpu Lighthouse is one of the best known symbols and tourist sights on the Estonian island of Hiiumaa. It is one of the oldest lighthouses in the world, having been in continuous use since its completion in 1531. The lighthouse is quite unique with its shape and an exception among lighthouses because it has gone through all the stages from a medieval landmark up to a modern electrified lighthouse.
The Historic Kopu Bridge is a single-lane swing bridge that spans the Waihou River, near its emergence into the Firth of Thames in the Thames-Coromandel District of New Zealand's North Island. The bridge was completed in 1928 and was part of State Highway 25. The swinging span in the middle of the bridge is 43 metres long and with an overall length of 463 metres, the bridge was the longest and oldest single lane bridge within the state highway network. It is also New Zealand's only remaining operational swing bridge.
Ninalaid is a small Baltic Sea island belonging to the country of Estonia. Its coordinates are.
Kalana is a village in Hiiumaa Parish, Hiiu County in northwestern Estonia. It is located at the end of the Kõpu Peninsula, part of the island of Hiiumaa. Kalana has a population of 29 . It is also known as Dagerort (Дагерорт) in Swedish and Russian.
Kõpu is a village in Hiiumaa Parish, Hiiu County in northwestern Estonia.
Mägipe is a village in Hiiumaa Parish, Hiiu County in northwestern Estonia.
Kõpu may refer to several places in Estonia:
Kõpu is a village in Tõstamaa Parish, Pärnu County, in southwestern Estonia. It has a population of 11.
Kuninga is a village in Põhja-Sakala Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 15.
Laane is a village in Põhja-Sakala Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 25.
Uia is a village in Põhja-Sakala Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It has a population of 63.
Kõpu is a small borough in Viljandi County, Estonia. It was the administrative centre of Kõpu Parish.
Kõpu Nature Reserve is a nature reserve situated on Hiiumaa in western Estonia, in Hiiu County.
State Highway 25 is a North Island state highway in New Zealand that loops around the Coromandel Peninsula. It is a major route for holidaymakers and tourists which has access to some of New Zealand's most idyllic beach holiday spots. The summer period around Christmas and New Year's Eve is a particularly busy period for the highway. The road is very scenic, but also windy in many parts as well as single carriage on the entire route, and is prone to accidents. It is New Zealand's third longest two-digit state highway, after SH 35 and SH 94. It is part of the Pacific Coast Highway.
Kopu is a settlement in on the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand's North Island. It is located near Thames, in the Thames-Coromandel District in the Waikato region.
Kahvena Nature Reserve is a nature reserve which is located in Viljandi County, Estonia.