Härjapea River

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The Härjapea River was a short river in the Estonian capital Tallinn of a few kilometres in length flowing from Lake Ülemiste into the Tallinn Bay. Because the river was so heavily polluted, the people of Tallinn put it underground in a kind of sewage system which is still in use these days. Nowadays the course of the river is recognizable in some places, but nothing else remains of it.[1]

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