Place:Estonia

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NameEstonia
Alt namesEestisource: Wikipedia
Eesti Vabariiksource: Wikipedia
Eestimaasource: Canby, Historic Places (1984) I, 282
Esthoniasource: Webster's Geographical Dictionary (1988) p 379
Estlandsource: Cassell's German Dictionary (1982) p 204
Estonian SSRsource: FDA Worksheet
Estonijasource: BHA, Authority file (2003-)
Estoniya SSRsource: Times Atlas of the World (1988)
Estonskaja Sovetskaja Socialističeskaja Respublikasource: Rand McNally Atlas (1986) I-85
Estonskayasource: Cambridge World Gazetteer (1990) p 195
Estôniasource: Novo Dicionário Aurélio (1975) p 584
Republic of Estoniasource: Wikipedia
TypeNation
Coordinates59°N 26°E
Contained Places
County
Harju
Hiiu
Ida-Viru
Järvamaa
Jõgeva
Lääne
Lääne-Viru
Pärnu
Põlva
Rapla
Saare
Tartu
Valga
Viljandi
Võru
Historic eldership
Sakala
Virumaa
Inhabited place
Abja-Paluoja
Alajoe
Ambla
Antsla
Avinurme
Haljala
Hullo
Iisaku
Imavere
Jarvakandi
Juuru
Järva-Jaani
Kaarli
Kambja
Karevere
Karu
Kehra
Kilingi-Nõmme
Kirbla
Kiviõli
Klooga
Kohila
Koigi
Kolga
Koonga
Koosa
Kose
Kuivastu
Kullamaa
Kunda
Lavassaare
Lehtse
Lemmatsi
Lihula
Marjamaa
Massiaru
Mehikoorma
Mustajoe
Mustla
Mustvee
Mõisaküla
Narva-Joesuu
Nuia
Otepaa
Palamuse
Palivere
Parnu-Jaagupi
Parsti
Poltsamaa
Puhja
Pussi
Puurmani
Raasiku
Rakke
Riguldi
Risti
Rongu
Räpina
Sindi
Somerpalu
Tamsalu
Tootsi
Tostamaa
Tudu
Türi
Uulu
Vaike-Maarja
Vandra
Varska
Vasalemma
Vastseliina
Veriora
Vigala
Viivikonna
Virtsu
Viru-Jaagupi
Viru-Nigula
Vohma
Vonnu
Unknown
Aadma
Aakre
Aavere
Adavere
Aegna
Ageri
Ahja
Ahtra
Ahula
Aidu
Alatskivi
Albu
Angerja
Anna
Anseküla
Aru
Aruküla
Arula
Arussaare
Asuküla
Atla
Audru kirikuvald
Audru
Avanduse
Einmani
Esna
Haanja
Habersti
Hageri
Halliste
Hanila
Hargla
Harju Jaani
Harju-Madise
Harjumaa
Harku
Hellamaa
Härküla
Häädemeeste
Hüüru
Ilmjärve
Ilumäe
Irboska
Jaama
Jaani
Jämaja
Järlepa
Järva-Madise
Järva-Peetri
Jõelähtme
Jööpre
Jüri
Kaalepi
Kaarepere
Kaarma
Kabala (Harju)
Kabala (Viljandi)
Kadrina
Kaika
Kaiu
Kalli
Kanepi
Karja
Karksi
Karuse
Kastna
Kastolatsi
Kavilda
Keava
Kergu
Kihelkonna
Kilingi
Klein-St. Marien
Kodavere
Koeru
Koikküla
Kolga-Jaani
Kolkja
Kostivere
Kreenholm
Kuimetsa
Kuremäe
Kuressaaremaa
Kuriste
Kursi
Kuusalu
Kähri
Kärkna
Kärsa
Kõpu (Parnu)
Kõpu (Viljandi)
Laanemetsa
Laatre
Laiksaare
Leesi
Lellapere
Lelle
Lohusuu
Lähte
Lääne-Nigula
Läänemaa (maakond)
Läänemaa
Lõusa
Lüganuse
Maaritsa
Maarja-Magdaleena
Martna
Metsküla
Mihkli (Haapsalu)
Mihkli (Parnu)
Muraste
Murru
Mäemõisa
Määri
Mõniste
Nina
Nissi
Noarootsi
Nõmme
Nõo
Nõva
Nüpli
Ohekatku
Olustvere
Orajõe
Paadremaa
Paide
Paistu
Peetri
Penuja
Petseri
Piirsalu
Pilistvere
Plaani
Pootsi
Priipalu
Pringi
Pudivere
Pärnumaa
Pärsamaa
Püha
Pühajärve
Pühajõe
Randvere
Ranna
Rannu
Reigi
Reomäe
Ridala
Ritsiku
Rohu
Roosa
Rõuge
Saalise
Saarde
Saaremaa
Saduküla
Sangaste
Saru
Seli
Simuna
Suislepa
Surju
Suur- ja Väike Pakri
Taagepera
Tahkuranna
Tartu-Maarja
Tartumaa
Tarvastu
Timmo
Tori
Torma
Tornimäe
Tudulinna
Tänassilma
Tõhela
Türi-Alliku
Uduvere-Jaagupi
Uhmardu
Uruste
Urvaste
Uue-Virtsu
Uuemõisa
Vahakõnnu
Vahastu
Vaivara
Valjala
Vara
Varbla
Varstu
Vasknarva
Vastse-Roosa
Velise
Viimsi
Viljandimaa
Vilsandi
Vissi
Väike-Lähtru
Võivere
Võrumaa
Ööriku
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
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Estonia () , officially the Republic of Estonia (), is a state in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Finland, to the west by the Baltic Sea, to the south by Latvia (343 km), and to the east by Lake Peipus and Russia (338.6 km). Across the Baltic Sea lies Sweden in the west and Finland in the north. The territory of Estonia covers , and is influenced by a humid continental climate. The Estonians are a Finnic people, and the official language, Estonian, is a Finno-Ugric language closely related to Finnish, and distantly to Hungarian and to the Sami languages.

Estonia is a democratic parliamentary republic divided into fifteen counties, with its capital and largest city being Tallinn. Estonia's population of 1.3 million makes it one of the least-populous member states of the European Union, Eurozone and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. A developed country with an advanced, high-income economy, Estonia has the highest gross domestic product per person among the former Soviet republics, and is a member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

Estonia ranks high in the Human Development Index,[1] and subsequently performs favourably in measurements of press freedom (third in the world in 2012), economic freedom, civil liberties and education. Estonia is often described as one of the most wired countries in Europe, and is recognised as a leader in e-government.

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