How clean is Estonia?
Well the air is pretty clean, but if you looked with a focusing eye you would see that people don't respect nature as much as they should but otherwise it's above average clean
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A country in Europe bordering the Baltic Sea, and is one of the new world countries.
Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia. Tallinn is the capital and largestcity of Estonia.
1. Laulukaar - Tallinn. 2. Panga pank - Saaremaa. 3.TuhamÃ¤ed (Ash Mountains)- Ida-Virumaa. 4. Ema jÃµgi (Mother river) - Tartumaa. 5. Piusa koopad (Piusa caves) - VÃµruma. 6. MunamÃ¤gi (The Eggmountain) - VÃµrumaa. 7. Tallinna teletorn ( Tallinn TV Tower ) - Tallinn. 8. Viru raba …(Viru Swamp) - Harjumaa. 9. Soomaa - PÃ¤rnumaa. 10. Eesti VabaÃµhu muuseum (Estonian Open Air Museum ) - Rocca al MAre. 11. Tallinna Vanalinn (Tallinn Oldtown) - Tallinn. 12. Altja kalurikÃ¼la (Altja fishers village) - LÃ¤Ã¤ne - Virumaa. 13. Padaorg (Pada valley) - LÃ¤Ã¤ne - Virumaa. And so on http://www.goestonia.ee/index.php?y=637 (MORE)
Estonia is traversed by an important European bio-geographical borderline which divides the area into two large provinces. The northern and western parts of the country with their characteristic calciphilous plant communities of alvars, fens, wooded meadows and broad-leaved forests belong to the Mid…-European province while the East, where acid soils promote the development of acidophilous plants and pine as the main forest-forming tree, belongs to the East-European province. There are as many as 251 species of higher plants for which Estonia is the distribution limit, be it northern, southern, western or eastern.. The number of vascular plants growing in Estonia totals ca 1 400 (together with microspecies of some genera ca 1 600). Due to the milder climate of western Estonia, 3/4 of the total number of species are found in the coastal lowlands and islands. This also includes the only local endemic species - Saaremaa yellow rattle - which grows in the western part of the island of Saaremaa.. In spite of large tracks of intact nature, Estonian flora as a whole is under strong human attack. For instance, the vegetation of grasslands, varying from floodplain meadows on the riverbanks to the dry alvars, has been formed under a long-lasting and steady impact of haymaking and pasturing.. About one fourth of Estonian plant species are habitants of marshes. Owing to their stability as habitats, the bogs also contain many relict species that once colonised the tundra-like landscape which emerged from under the withdrawing ice. Of the forest-tundra plants, inhabiting Estonian bogs, the shrub-like dwarf birch and the cloudberry are most common.. Fungi are found in all natural and ruderal habitats of Estonia, being particularly widespread in forests, meadows and bogs. The best mushroom forests, where there can be found as many as 400 edible fungi, are situated in the north and southeastern Estonia, as well as in Saaremaa.. More information:http://www.einst.ee/publications/nature/ (MORE)
Toomas Hendrik Ilves is the President of Estonia. He became the fourth President of Estonia on 2006 October 9. He was re-elected on 2011 August 29 for another 5-year term.
There is different hotels. There are lux hotels. A lot of hotels are with spas, sauna and with water park.
The most visited landmark in Estonia is definitely the Old Town of Tallinn. This medieval city center dates back to the 13th century and is one of the best-preserved in Europe. In 1997 it became one of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites.
Estonia is a county in north-eastern Europe. . The capital of Estonia is Tallinn, which is also the largest city in the country. . There lives about 1,3 million people in Estonia. . The currency of Estonia is Estonian Kroon (EEK). . Calling code for Estonia is 372. . The five biggest cities are… Tallinn, Tartu, Narva, Kohtla-JÃ¤rve and PÃ¤rnu. . The president is Toomas Hendrik Ilves and the prime minister is Andrus Ansip. . Finland is a short hop across the sea -- just 80km away. . There are ferries to Tallinn from Helsinki (Finland) or Stockholm (Sweden). . Estonia is in the Schengen Area so we have open borders with the rest of Europe. . Brits, Americans, Canadians and Australians can also enter Estonia visa-free. . Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport , named after our late President, has direct flights all over Europe. . Estonia has a population of just 1.3 million but is larger than Denmark or Holland. . The Estonian Language is a nightmare to learn. . Everyone in tourism speaks good English and often German, Finnish, Russian and Swedish too! (some people speaks French and Spanish) . Estonia was occupied by the Soviets for decades but Estonia sees itself as more influenced by Nordic tastes and traditions - Scandinavia with a twist. . Occupation by Germans, Swedes and Russians has influenced the architecture of cathedrals, cobbled streets, manor houses and palaces . . Great food is everywhere and you can even eat marinated bear here! . In winter it gets very cold and we get plenty of beautiful snow. . February is the coldest month in Estonia. . No, there are no polar bears in Estonia. . Roads are traffic jam free. . Estonia is almost 50% forests . . Tallinn is our medieval capital and by far the biggest city, with a population of around 400,000. . In 2011 Tallinn will be the European Capital of Culture. . Tartu, with 100,000 people, is our young yet timeless university town . . Estonia has over 1,500 islands . . Estonia helped to think Skype. . Minox camera is from Estonia. . MunamÃ¤gi (Egg Mountain) is the highest point in Estonia, measuring 318m. It also the highest point in the entire Baltic region. . The first, public Christmas tree in Estonia was placed in the old town square in Tallinn, in the year 1441. . Estonia is a member of the World Trade Organization and the European Union. . Estonia has been named after 'Ests', the people who lived in the region in first century AD. . The Republic of Estonia is one of three countries commonly known as the 'Baltic States', the other two being Latvia and Lithuania. However, there is as such no political unity between the states. . Lake Peipsi, the largest lake in Estonia, is also the fourth largest and the biggest lake in Europe. . Estonia has the highest number of meteorite craters per land area in the world. . Estonia is one of the most sparsely populated countries in Europe. . Estonia converted to Christianity only in the thirteenth century. Former Soviet republic not recognized by US as independent country when under USSR. Part of the Baltic republics, originally colonies or provinces in Czarist Russia these included Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia- also Finland, which is Scandinavian and broke away during the Revolution. In the interwar period Estonia was an independent country with its own Flags, Armed forces, and important commercial lines such as the Estonian Steam Navigation co, which linked Estonia with the US on the high seas, they operated essentially what we would call ( Tramp Steamers) or freight ships with some limited passenger traffic. The aviatrix and later toy manufacturer and hobby-shop owner Elvira Kalep, who had a hobby shop in Jersey City for some years, hailed from Estonia, and was the first licensed aircraft pilot (female) of her Land. she trained in Germany, originally and transferred across the border. there was some sort of mutual license recognition = loosely like auto licenses interstate. (MORE)
Estonians eat everything from hamburgers to sushi, but Estonian national food is potato with sauerkraut
Latitude of Estonia: 59Âº 00Â´ North of the Equator Longitude of Estonia: 26Âº 00Â´ East of Greenwich
At January 2008, there were 1 340 935 inhabitants in Estonia. 68.6% of the population were ethnic Estonians, 25.7% Russians, 2.1% Belorussians 1.2% Ukrainians, 0.8% Finns, 0.2% Tatars, 0.2% Latvians, 0.2% Poles, 0.1% Jews, 0.2% Lithuanians, 0.1% Germans and 0.7% other nationalities.
Estonias estimated population 2007 is 1 340 000. 67% of the people are of Estonian nationality, the rest are mainly Russians
Since the fall of the Soviet Union this country has set a course into the New Age of commerce principally found within the design and applications of the WWW. (WorldWideWeb). The birthplace of Skype.
Tallinn is the capital of Estonia and is located in northern Estonia, by the coast. Estonia itself is a country in North-Eastern Europe, in the Baltic Region, south of Finland and east of Russia.
It has nothing to do with food! My guess is it is a legislative assembly lilke the Diet Of Worms in Germany ( figured in Luther"s saga) and The Diet in Japan which corresponds to the American Congress. from Commissars- and commissariat- which of course is Food services, like a Commissary knife, a ki…tchen implement- to Diet, logical progression. Estonia was an independent, non-Soviet country in the Interwar period, roughly the twenties and thirties. (MORE)
Estonia declared its independence from the Russian Empire on 23 February 1918. This was immediately followed by a 9-month German occupation. After the Germans withdrew, a war of independence from the Soviet Union was fought 1918-1920.Estonia became a member of the League of Nations in 1921. In 1939 …Estonia was forcefully annexed by the Soviet Union. During World War 2 it was occupied by Germany and reconquered by the Soviets. An insurgency against the Soviet Union lasted, some reports say, into the 1950s.Estonian sovereignty was reasserted on 16 November 1989 and formal independence was declared on 20 August 1991, reconstituting the pre-1940 state, during the Soviet military coup attempt in Moscow. The last Russian troops left on 31 August 1994. (MORE)
Estonia is next to the Baltic sea, Europe. It is south of Finland, west of Russia, and north of Lituania.
Estonia was settled around 8500 BC. Estonia was ruled initially byDenmark before being conquered in 1227 by the Danes and Germans.
Quite a few people speak English, many fluently.. In general, food is a lot less salty. McDonald fries without salt are not particularly good. *People stare at me, although not as much as they did in Korea. *Transportation and food are relatively cheap. *Police do not try to be intimidating and ac…tually help. *People walk. They walk fast. *Bathroom light switches are OUTSIDE the bathroom. *People wear little reflectors hanging from their coats. No, not just kids, adults too, BY LAW! *A popular beer, "A. le Coq", sounds similar to "I'd like a coke", so one must be careful when ordering or be willing to start drinking at noon. *The women are not only Estonian, they are stunning. (MORE)
Estonia has a parliamentary democracy. Formally, it was occupied by many countries, such as Germany and Russia (at the time called the Soviet Union). It faced threats of communism, but declared independance in March 1990.
Lots of people and especially Kerli a famous singer. She is Estonian and was born in Estonia but lives in another country and sing in English not Estonian.
The most common religion in Estonia is Evangelical Lutheranism. Orthodox Christianity is the second most common. There is a minority of Roman Catholics.
Eligibility for Estonian citizenship By descent Children born to parents, at least one of whom was Estonian citizen at the time of birth (regardless of the place of birth) are automatically considered Estonian citizens by descent. By place of birth Children born in Estonia to stateless or unk…nown parents at the time of birth are eligible for Estonian citizenship. By marriage A woman who married an Estonian citizen before the 26th February 1992 is eligible for Estonian citizenship. By naturalisation Those seeking to become Estonian citizens via naturalisation require to fulfill the following criteria: . applicant is aged 15 or over . resided in Estonia legally for at least five years . be familiar in the Estonian language. People who have graduated from an Estonian-speaking high school or an institute of higher education are assumed to fulfill this criterion without the need to take a full examination. . take an examination demonstrating familiarity with the Estonian Constitution . showing a demonstrated means of support . taking an oath of loyalty Those who have committed serious crimes or are foreign military personnel on active duty are ineligible to seek naturalisation as an Estonian citizen. (MORE)
Estonia had some economic trouble after they left the Soviet Union in 1991; but in recent years their economy has stabilized and most Estonians are quite prosperous.
Estonia is a country and by old if you mean how long it has been independent, then it has been an autonomous nation since 1991, making it 18 years old as of 2009.
estonia produce chicken butt and and shark fins. One of the most important is dolphin meat
There cannot be an exchange rate within a single country- it is a comparison of the currencies in two different countries. So if you are asking about the exchange rate between Estonia and the US, for example, the exchange rate is 1 dollar to about 12 Kroons, and .9 dollars to 1 Kroon. (The Kroon is …the Estonian currency). (MORE)
Its about 60 centimeters(24 inches) at the moment. Some snow piles are high as cars.
I would say mushrooming and picking berries, but you probably won't think it's fun, so I would suggest partying, but if you are asking this question, then you probably don't know that many Estonians with who to party. If you want to do sth that is special for Estonia, go to the nature. But if you w…ant to enjoy the holiday, then go to a resort... there are a lot of things to do, but it depends of the person how fun you will find it. (MORE)
person? how is it going if yew are trying to find this answer that's to bad because i don't know it either??(: "ha -Ydaliaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa"ha
Lithuania is bigger. Lithuania is 65 000 square kilometers, Estonia is 45 000 sq. km
Estonia's land form is rocky in some parts, and plains and forests on the other.
Any link between Romania and Estonia. No, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are the 3 Baltic States, formerly 3 Soviet States, situated near the Scandinavian Peninsula. Romania is an East-European state, situated near the Balkans. All 4 states are members of the European Union. Their languages, h…istory, culture and civilization have nothing in common whatsoever. (MORE)
Just like everywhere else - there are teachers, trainers, video game testers, businessmen, secretarys, IT-specialists, janitors, etc, etc, etc.
As most of us don't have much money for fun, the most popular things in my view are sitting at home drinking beer n vodka with friends, watching TV, surfing the Internet :)
Yes, Agriculture is an important part of Estonia's food-processing industry. Principal crops include potatoes, barley, and hay. Livestock farming consists mainly of cattle and pigs.
One theory is that the modern name of Estonia originated with the Roman historian Tacitus , who in his book Germania (ca. 98 AD) described a people called the Aesti. On the other hand, ancient Scandinavia sagas refer to a land called Eistland , close to the Danish , German, Du…tch , Swedish and Norwegian term Estland for the country. Early Latin and other ancient versions of the name are Estia and Hestia . Esthonia was a common alternate English spelling prior to independence. (MORE)
Toomas Hendrik Ilves was the President of Estonia in 2010. He became the fourth President of Estonia on 2006 October 9. He was re-elected on 2011 August 29 for another 5-year term.
Estonian climate is usually rainy and a little cloudy. In winters it usually snows most in February and March, but it also snows usually December to sometimes April. In winters the temperatures are around minus 5 degrees celcius, but sometimes its warmer, and sometimes the temperature can drop to mi…nus 30 degrees C. Spring is usually cold and rainy. July and August is usually the warmest period in Estonia, Around 15 to 30 degrees. Atumn isn't as cold as spring but in the end its gets rainy. (MORE)
Yep, Estonians have national dresses, they vary from region to region. Are quite unique, but immesely influenced by Scandinavian and German national dresses.
i have not any idea so hopefully someone eles can answer my question for me
The Prime Minister's term depends on how long he can keep the confidence of the parliament, and lasts up until the next election at most, which is at most 4 years. There is not a limit on the number of terms a Prime Minister can serve.
i think he wants to go there. I'm not sure, I'm sure i read it somewhere i duno, lol hope that helps abit.
There are a lot of interesting handmade stuff in Estonia. Also in the old town in tallin there are a lot of interesting things. As supermarket you should try a food that is found in the diary product section and is found only around the baltic sea. Its called kohuke in estonian. It tastes good
No, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland are the five Nordic countries. Estonia is mainly a lowland country that is bordered by the Baltic Sea, Latvia, and Russia.
first of all food: kama, chocolades, etc. Woolen things like mittens and scarfs, wooden handcraft and then you can continue with basically every kind of handcraft.
It is in various regions. You could say it is in the Baltic region, you could say it is in the continent of Europe, you could say it is in the northern hemisphere.
Estonia has today 15 countries. . Harju . Hiiu . Ida-Viru . JÃµgeva . JÃ¤rva . LÃ¤Ã¤ne . LÃ¤Ã¤ne-Viru . PÃµlva . PÃ¤rnu . Rapla . Saare . Tartu . Valga . Viljandi . VÃµru
There is no Monarch of Estonia, Estonia is a republic and has been since 1917. The last monarch to rule over Estonia was Tsar Nicholas II of the Russian Empire. However Toomas Hendrik Ilves is the current President of Estonia
The Republic of Estonia is an independent country, headed by a Prime Minister. The current Prime Minister is Andrus Ansip.