Tarvastu is a village in Viljandi Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia. It's located about a kilometer east of Mustla. Tarvastu has a population of 99 (as of 2006).[1] The village is passed by the Tarvastu River and the ViljandiRõngu road (nr 52). Estonian second largest lake Võrtsjärv also shares a small border with the village's territory.

Tarvastu
Tarvastu is located in Estonia
Tarvastu
Tarvastu
Location in Estonia
Coordinates: 58°13′50″N 25°53′35″E / 58.23056°N 25.89306°E / 58.23056; 25.89306Coordinates: 58°13′50″N 25°53′35″E / 58.23056°N 25.89306°E / 58.23056; 25.89306
CountryEstonia
CountyViljandi County
MunicipalityViljandi Parish
Population
 (2006[1])
 • Total99

Tarvastu is the birthplace of Estonian wrestler Martin Klein (1884-1947) who won a silver medal at the 1912 Summer Olympics.

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  1. ^ a b "Tarvastu valla arengukava 2007-2015" (in Estonian). Tarvastu vald. p. 9. Retrieved 26 June 2012.