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Origin of name Gdov[edit]

Oudova in Estonian language, Outova in Finnish language. The Russian version has developed from these, originally Vatja language name. Gdov was connected to Narva with one of the very first automobile buss lines in Russia offering public service in 1913. See offical timetable Nr.51. Departure from Gdov (Doma of S.I.Mironov) at 10.45 arriving to Narva (Station Square) at 15.15. (Connection to Revel - St.Petersburg train Nr.14). Departure Narva (Station Square) at 04.50 (after the arrival of passenger train Nr.11 from St.Petersburg). Arriving to Gdov at 09.20. (Doma of S.I.Mironov). There was also train connection to and from Revel. Gdov had a large Estonian minority at least to 1936.—Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

Are baltic|ukrainian nationalists well paid to shit in every russian history-related article? (talk) 15:06, 18 September 2013 (UTC)