Report about Estonia Introduction The purpose of this report is to describe Estonia's. I'm going to write little about the geography, culture, Geography of Estonia Estonia has 4 neighbours Latvia, Sweden, Finland and Russia. Estonian land border with Latvia is 267 km, with Russia its 290 km. Estonia lies on the east of the Baltic Sea. Estonian highest point is the Suur Munamägi winces height is 318 m. Estonia has 3794 km of coastline. The number of islands is estimated around 1500 and two of the largest are called Saaremaa and Hiiumaa
What Might Attract Tourists to Estonia? Despite Estonia being a little country, it still manages to attract thousands of tourists to visit that beautiful place. One of many virtues in Estonia is its nature. We have amazing virgin forest, may little islands, different landscapes, a lot of lakes and small rivers where you can go hiking. We also have towns that are worth visiting. For example our capital Tallinn, which has an amazing old town. Also Tartu is very beautiful, known as the capital of University. Smaller towns, like Otepää, Võru, Põlva may charm you with their scilence and calmness. During the summer, there are very many cultural events to visit. For example, the Folk Festival in Viljandi, Rabarock in Järvakandi, Opera Days in Pärnu, different open-air plays etc. In conclusion, in Estonia you can never be bored, because that little country has something to offer to everybody.
Estonia is a pretty small country in northern Europe. Estonia has land borders in the south with Latvia and in the east with Russia, it's oversea neighbours are Finland and Sweden. Estonia divided into fifteen counties. Estonia has been an independent country since 1991. Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia. It's not very large, there lives about 400 000 pedestrians. Estonia is a member of European Union and NATO. Estonia is a democratic republic and it's president is Toomas Hendrik Ilves. The territory of Estonia covers 45,227 km² and is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate. The surface there is mainly flat, but in the southern parts of Estonia it gets little bumpy. The official language of Estonia is Estonian, which is Finno-Ugric language and has many similarities with Finnish. The population of Estonia contains mainly Estonians but some Russians and other ethnicities too. Many foreign people think of Estonia as an old-timed soviet union country, but it isn't anymore, Esto
Tallinn English College Topic Estonia Tallinn 2008 1. Introduction Estonia is a small country about the size of Switzerland, or New Hampshire and Massachussetts combined. Estonia is named after the people called "Ests" who lived in the region in the 1 st century AD. The Republic of Estonia is one of the three countries commonly known as the "Baltic States". The other Baltic States are Latvia and Lithuania. 2. Geographical position Estonia is situated in northeastern Europe. Estonia is bounded on the north by the Gulf of Finland, on the east by Russia, on the south by Latvia and on the west by the Baltic Sea. In the north it borders on Finland. The coastline of the Baltic Sea in Estonia is characterized by numerous gulfs and bays, the biggest of them being the Gulf of Finland, the Gulf of Riga and the Gulf of Pärnu. Bays include the Narva Bay, Matsalu Bay, Kolga Bay, Kunda Bay, Tallinn Bay etc. Estonia has over 1500 islands, the largest being
Mustamäe College AUSTRALIA Report Compiled by Denis Doborovits 5A Tallinn 2009 Contents 1. Introduction 2. Australia 3. Animals 4. Cities 5. Economy 6. Summary Introduction I'll tell you a little about Australia. Australia is a continent In the southern hemisphere. The area is 7.7 million square km. The capital of Australia is Canberra. The population is 17
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products, which also means more and better-paying jobs. Also like the United States, advertising has a major impact on Canadian consumer spending. Television is the number-one form of advertising in Canada. The nation's infrastructure is excellent and most of its factories and manufacturing plants are modern. In fact, Canada's transportation network is ranked as the best in the world by the World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report. Canada has a variety of natural resources, including petroleum and natural gas, and a variety of metals and minerals. Over the past decade, Canada has also emerged as one of the leading nations in the high-tech and computer industry. Most of this growth has occurred in central Canada, mainly Ontario and Quebec, and is responsible for the increased migration of people to these areas. Much of the economic growth in Canada today is fueled by small-to mediumsized companies
About Estonia Estonia, officially the Republic of Estonia is a country in Northern Europe. Estonia has land borders to the south with Latvia and to the east with Russia. It is separated from Finland in the north by the Gulf of Finland and from Sweden in the west by the Baltic Sea. Average elevation reaches only 50 meters and the country's highest peak is the Suur Munamägi in the southeast at 318 meters.Estonia boasts over 1,400 lakes. Most are very small, with the largest, Lake Peipus, (Peipsi in Estonian) being 3555 km². There are many rivers in the country. The largest are the Võhandu (162 km), Pärnu (144 km), and Põltsamaa (135 km). Estonia also boasts numerous bogs, and 3794 kilometers of coastline marked by numerous bays, straits, and inlets. The number of islands and islets is estimated at some 1,500. Two are large enough to constitute their own counties: Saaremaa and Hiiumaa. Estonia lies in the northern part of the temperate climate zone