The Estonia Political Map shows the national capital, major cities, counties, and the other political divisions. The map also highlights the national and international borders of the nation. Tallinn is the national capital and is situated on the north-eastern coast of the country. The capital covers an area of 61.5 square miles and houses a population of 413,727 inhabitants.
The Republic of Estonia is divided into fifteen counties that are further divided into municipalities. The counties are:
The economy of Estonia is often described as the Baltic Tiger because of its rapid growth. Electronics, telecommunications, business services, retail, and information technology are the major sectors in the Estonian economy. The country is nicknamed E-stonia as it is almost completely wired. Skype, that offers free calls over the Internet to millions of people worldwide is designed by Estonian developers. Tourism also contributes to the country's economy.
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Note : - Population: 2002-01-01 estimate.
Last Updated On : November 22, 2012