The climate in Tallinn is characterized by a fairly cold winter, a cool spring with little precipitation, a moderately warm summer and a long and rainy autumn. Average temperature in July: +16,7°C Average temperature in February: -4°C
About 1,340,000 people (2010 estimate). Nationalities: Estonian 52.3%, Russian 38.5%, Ukrainian 3.9%, other 5,3%.
The national flagof Estonia.Blue: vaulted blue sky above the nativeland;Black: attachment to the soil of thehomeland as well as the fate ofEstonians – for centuries black withworries; hard work, purity, commitment,and (most likely) white sails of ships
Today, it includes manytypical internationalfoods. The most typicalfoods in Estonia areblack bread, pork,potatoes, and dairyproducts. Being a country with alarge coastline, fishhas also been veryimportant.
Since ancient times,fishing has been a vitallyimportant activity forEstonians. Fishing beganto develop more rapidlyin the 18th century.
In terms of quantity, the greatest export article is frozen fish, but in monetary terms, canned fish takes first place. There are 25 operating fish farms. At present, 25 professional fish farms whose main income is derived from fish operate in Estonia. Seven species of fish (salmon, salmon trout, brown trout, whitefish, pike, pike perch, tench) and crayfish were bred for the restoration of fish resources, which activity is financed from sums received for the sale of fishing rights.
Tallinn is the capital and largest city of Estonia. The population of Tallinn is about 400 000 inhabitants. Tallinn is the oldest capitalcity in Northern Europe
Narva is the third largest city in Estonia. It is located on the eastern extreme point of Estonia, by the Russian border, on the Narva Rivet which drains Lake Peipus. Coat of arms
Narva is dominated by the 15th-century castle, with the 51-metre-high Long Hermann tower as its most prominent landmark. The sprawling complex of the Kreenholm Manufacture, located in the proximity of scenic waterfalls, is one of the largest textile mills of 19th-century Northern Europe.