Vasknarva is a small village on the northern shores of lake Peipsi in Estonia. It is the place where the Narva River starts off from Lake Peipsi. Most of the habitants of this tiny village are Old Believers. Vasknarva has a Orthodox church and nunnery. The village has a small boat harbor. Almost the entire village is a Russian speaking. The Estonian Border Guards have a post in Vaskanarva due to its proximity to Russia. Vasknarva history traces back to Livonian order and Swedish empire.