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Estonia is good

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  • 1. Estonia
  • 2. Capitalofculture
    Estonia Capital Tallinn isCapitalofCulture 2011
  • 3. Nature
    Mountain “SuurMunamägi“(BigEggmountain)(318 m), which is located in the middle part of Haanja uplands (Võru county), is the highest point in Estonia and other two Baltic countries. On the top of the SuurMunamägi there is an observation tower – the view from 346.7 meters is 50 km in radius.
    Tamme-Lauri oak is the thickest oak in Estonia. Its girth is 130 centimetres, height eight metres and it is 680 years old. The hollow in its trunk is filled with an iron framework and eight tons of concrete. Before the hollow was filled there was space for up to seven people. As our greatest primeval tree, Tamme-Lauri oak also adorns the ten-kroon note.
  • 4. Tuhala nõiakaev
    The Tuhala Witch's Well, is famous in Estonia because it can "boil over" after heavy rains or when the snow finally melts. The well happens to be placed just over an underground river, when the volume of water exceeds what the underground river can handle, water comes out of the well. Riverbeds and pools in the area that are otherwise dry are then also filled.
  • 5. Estonian money
    Thekroon (sign: kr; code: EEK) was the official currency of Estonia for two periods in history: 1928–1940 and 1992 – 31 December 2010.TheEuro(sign: €; code: EUR) since 1. Jan. 2011
  • 6. Torino 2006.WinterOlympics
    Medal table: Estonia: 3 gold, 0 silver and 0 bronze
    Andrus VeerpaluGold - 15 km classical
    Kristina ŠmigunGold- 10 km classicalGold - 7.5 km + 7.5 km double pursuit
  • 7. Statueofliberty
  • 8. Estonian Presidents
    Lennart Meri
    First PresidentKonstantin Päts
    Current PresidentToomas Hendrik Ilves
    Arnold Rüütel
  • 9. Famoussingers
    Birgit
    õigemeel
    Eurovision 2001 winners
    Kerli Kõiv
    Robin Juhkental
    Getter Jaani
    Lenna Kuurmaa
  • 10. Estonian songfestival
    Estonian Night Song Festival
    The Estonian Song Festival (In Estonian: Laulupidu) is one of the largest amateur choral events in the world, a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. It is held every five years in July on the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds (Lauluväljak).
    The joint choir has usually comprised 25,000 singerswhile in 2009, there were more than 30,000 participantsperforming to an audience of 80,000.
  • 11. Ourschool
  • 12. Nationalfood
  • 13. National
  • 14. Estonia
  • 15. Thanksforlistening and watching!

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