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The Estonian Road Administration on Monday opened to traffic the season's first official ice road that connects the northwestern regional capital of Haapsalu and the Noarootsi peninsula.

The road that runs from the crossing of Suur-Mere and Supluse streets in Haapsalu to the port of Osterby on the peninsula is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Road Administration said.

The length of the road is 3.9 kilometers and it is open to vehicles weighing up to two tons.



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