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Sandi

Sandi village has nothing to do with sand, but comes from the colourful epithet sant, often reserved for ill weather or broken objects. It was named when a manor overseer came to inspect the village’s denizens in the 18th century, and discouraged by the rainy weather which made the bluish grey clay stick to his boots, proclaimed the area to be “damned sant land”.

Sandi village has five farms: Kopli, Mäe, Siusaare, Saare and Sandi talu.


Sheep in Sandi village