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Narva 2

  1. 1. The Republic of Estonia Viktoria Shsherbakova 11 klass 26.09.2012
  2. 2. Estonia Estonia, officially the Republic of Estonia, isa state in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. Theterritory of Estonia covers 45,227 km2 and isinfluenced by a temperate seasonal climate. TheEstonians are a Finnie people, and the officiallanguage, Estonian, is closely related to Finnish. Population in Estonia - 1 294 236 thousand people Estonia divided into 15 counties. The capital andlargest city is Tallinn.
  3. 3. Symbols of Estonia The state symbols are the flag, the coat of arms,cornflower and a swallow.
  4. 4. Narva Narva- third largest and on population the city inEstonia, the largest Russian-speaking city of Estonia,the largest city of the district Ida-Virumaa. Thepopulation — 61 076 people.
  5. 5. Symbolics of NarvaSymbols of Narva are the flag and the coat of arms.
  6. 6. On either side of the river Narova powerfulfortresses are located: Narva Castle with bastions andthe Ivangorod fortress. It is a unique architecturalcomplex: the classical lock with a belt of bastions ofthe XVII century and Russian fortress of the XV-XVIIcenturies.
  7. 7. Sights Hermans lock — a medieval castle in the city ofNarva, based by Danes in the XIII century. The NarvaCastle is one of the main attractions of the city. Thearea of the castle is 3.2 hectares, and the highestpoint is the Tall Hermann Tower (51 meters). In Hermans tower and in the oldest part of the lockthe Narva museum settles down.
  8. 8. Narva town hall - a history and architecturemonument in Narva.
  9. 9. The Narva Resurrection Cathedral - the temple of Estonian orthodox church.
  10. 10. MonumentsSwedish lion Monument in «A dark garden»
  11. 11. Art gallery Fountain on a bastion of Paks
  12. 12. Fishing in Estonia At formation of the coastal people of Estonia theSwedish and Russian immigrants in the 13th centurybrought with themselves new ways and fisheryreceptions. The sprat, later a sprat, the Eel and a codwas the main food fish in the sea. The sprat, the salted sprat became the main fishfood of countrymen to the middle of the secondmillennium. Also if dried and dried fish. In Estonian traditional fish cookery it was acceptedto cook a fish soup or the furnace of the bream in asmoky log hut.
  13. 13. In Estonia about 1200 lakes, more than 7000 riversand streams and very extended coastline of the BalticSea, and also Chudsky lake. In reservoirs of Estonia it is possible to catch suchbreeds of fishes as a tench, the bream, a carp, smallfry, a perch, a salmon and others. The most popular itis a pike and a trout.
  14. 14. In the 19th century economy and equipmentdevelopment started to influence our regions moreand more. People learned to use energy of the riverin the industrial purposes and on Narovs both riverbanks ralichny industrial complexes began to beerected. Near the island Krengolm worked: Chuykinswater-mill, cloth factory of merchant Momma, factoryof baron Shtiglits.
  15. 15. On the Narva reservoir fishery is highly developedand here 27 species of fish, from which 7 types –trade live. The bream, a pike, a burbot, жерех, язь, aperch, small fry, and also a ruff, the rudd, a guster, atench and a crucian – "ordinary" representatives offauna of the artificial lake.
  16. 16. Thanks for attention!