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Estonia, republic in northeastern Europe, on the Baltic Sea, part of the Baltic States. Estonia is a region rich in lakes and forests, with hill country only to be found in the southeast and east of the capital Tallinn. Dairy and livestock farming, oil shale mining and a diverse industry are the sources of income for the population (around 69% Estonians, 25% Russians as well as Ukrainians, Belarusians and Finns).
History: Subjugated and Christianized by the Brothers of the Sword and the Danes in the 13th century, the area came to Sweden in 1561 and Russia in 1721. Estonia has been an independent republic since 1918. In 1940 it was annexed to the Soviet Union. In 1991 it regained its independence. In 2004 Estonia became a member of the European Union. In 2011, the euro was introduced as the official currency.
- COUNTRYAAH: National flag of Estonia. Includes the year when the flag was designed and formally used. Also covers its meaning and downloadable high definition image.
- Official name: Republic of Estonia
- License plate: EST
- ISO-3166: EE, EST (233)
- Internet domain:.ee
- Currency: 1 euro (€) = 100 cents
- Area: 45 230 km²
- Population (2018): 1.3 million
- Capital: Tallinn
- Official language (s): Estonian
- Form of government: Parliamentary republic
- Administrative division: 15 districts
- Head of State: President Kersti Kaljulaid
- Head of Government: Jüri Ratas
- Religion (s) (2011): 54.1% non-denominational, 17.6% other / no answer, 16.2% Orthodox, 9.9% Lutherans, other Christians
- Time zone: Central European Time +1 hour
- National holiday: February 24th
Location and infrastructure
- Location (geographical): Eastern Europe
- Position (coordinates): between 57 ° 30 ‘and 59 ° 36’ north latitude and 21 ° 48 ‘and 30 ° 12’ east longitude
- Climate: Winter damp and cold climate
- Highest mountain: Suur Munamägi (318 m)
- Road network (2011): 10 427 km (paved), 47 985 km (unpaved)
- Railway network (2016): 2,146 km
- Annual population growth (2018): -0.6%
- Birth rate (2018): 9.9 per 1,000 residents.
- Death rate (2018): 12.7 per 1000 residents.
- Average age (2018): 43 years
- Average life expectancy (2018): 77 years (men 72.3; women 82)
- Age structure (2018): 16.3% younger than 15 years, 20.2% older than 65 years
- Literacy rate (15 year olds and older) (2015): 99.8%
- Mobile phone contracts (pre-paid and post-paid) (2017): 145 per 100 residents
- Internet users (2017): 88 per 100 residents
- GDP per capita (2017): US $ 19,735
- Total GDP (2017): US $ 26 billion
- GNI per capita (2018): US $ 20,990
- Education expenditure (2014): 5.5% of GDP
- Military expenditure (2017): 2% of GDP
- Unemployment rate (15 years and older) (2017): 6.8%
Estonia is an important transit country from Central to Northern and Eastern Europe. It has a dense network of traffic routes. The rail network with a total length of 792 km is of great importance for the transit of Russian goods. The main railway lines run radially from Tallinn, the most important connections run via Tartu and Valga to Riga (Latvia) and via Narva to Saint Petersburg (Russia). The road network has a total length of around 58,800 km, of which 10,600 km are paved and expanded. By expanding a continuous, approximately 1,000 km long motorway from Helsinki via Tallinn, Riga and Kaunas after Warsaw (“Via Baltica”), the Baltic states are to be better connected to the Central European road network. 320 km of the inland waterways are navigable for freight traffic. The most important inland port is Tartu. International maritime transport is of great importance for the Estonian economy. In addition to the sea ports of Tallinn and Muuga, part of the freight traffic is also handled via the smaller ports of Narva, Pärnu and Haapsalu. There are regular ferry connections from Tallinn to Helsinki and Stockholm. Tallinn is also home to the country’s international airport.
Tourism is one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the country and contributes around 15% to GDP. Every year 1.98 million foreign tourists visit the country; In addition, numerous day visitors come mainly from Finland and Sweden as well as several hundred thousand visitors from cruise ships. The most important tourist attractions are the cities of Tartu and Tallinn (the medieval old town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997), the spa and bathing resorts of Pärnu and Haapsalu on the west coast, the islands of Saaremaa (with the spa town of Kuressaare) and Hiiumaa as well as the national parks.