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Estonia. Tammiku Basic School Anna Laabe, Elisaveta Korobova. Estonia.

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  1. Estonia Tammiku BasicSchool Anna Laabe, Elisaveta Korobova

  2. Estonia The Republic of Estonia, is a state in theBaltic 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 Latviaand to the east byLake Peipus and Russia.

  3. Estonia

  4. Urbanization The Republic of Estonia is divided into fifteen counties, which are the administrative subdivisions of the country.

  5. Largest cites or towns of Estonia: RankNameCounty 1TallinnHarju 6MaarduHarju 2TartuTartu7ViljandiViljandi 3NarvaIda-Viru8RakvereLääne-Viru 4PärnuPärnu9SillamäeIda-Viru 5Kohtla-JärveIda-Viru10KuressaareSaare

  6. Cities or towns of Estonia Tallinn Tartu Narva Pärnu

  7. Tallinn Tallinn is the capital and largest city of Estonia. It is situated on the northern coast of the country.

  8. Tallinn The Long Herman The Fat Margaret TV Tower

  9. Pärnu Pärnuis a city in southwestern Estonia on the coast of Pärnu Bay. It is a popular summer vacation resort with many hotels, restaurants, and large beaches.

  10. Pärnu the beach Old town

  11. Tartu Tartu is the second largest city of Estonia.Tartu is often considered the intellectual centre of the country, especially since it is home to the oldest and most renowned university in Estonia. The city also houses the Supreme Court of Estonia and the Ministry of Education and Research.

  12. Tartu Monument “Kissing Students” the central building of the University the city center

  13. Narva Narva is the third largest city in Estonia. The Narva Castle is one of the main attractions of the city. It is the most diverse and best preserved defence structure in Estonia.

  14. Border between Estonia and Russia Narva Peipsus lake The Narva Castle

  15. The capital of Estonia Tallinn is the capital and the largest city of Estonia. It lies on the northern coast of Estonia, along the Gulf of Finland.

  16. Estonia • The National (official) language is Estonian. • The National Flag: blue, black and white

  17. Estonia The National Coat of Arms: Three blue lions with oak branches on the golden shield.

  18. National Symbols of Estonia National bird of Estonia is the barn swallow.

  19. National Symbols of Estonia National flower is the blue cornflower..

  20. National Symbols of Estonia National stone is the gray limestone.

  21. National Symbols of Estonia National fish is a Baltic herring.

  22. National day The Estonian National day is the Independence Day celebrated on the 24th of February.

  23. Peipsus lake • South border of the region- picturesquesanddunesand pinewoods on the shore of Lake Peipus.

  24. The Town of Kohtla-Järve

  25. Park Keskallee House of City Government

  26. monument to the miners The house of culture

  27. Coat of arms of Kohtla-Jarve Golden colour and flames refer to oil-shale. Blue refers to the Jarve village which gave the name to the town (Estonian ‘järv’ means ‘lake’). The number of flames (6) refers to two events in the history of the town. 1916 - starting of the mining of oil-shale. 1946 - Kohtla-Järve got rights of town.

  28. Coat of arms of Kohtla-Jarve

  29. The Flag of Kohtla-Järve The decoration is similar to the coat of arms. Golden color and flames refer to oil-shale. Blue refers to the Jarve village which gave the name to the town. The sloping line refers to the mines and artificial ash hills. The flagstaff is blue, the finial is golden.

  30. The Flag of Kohtla - Jarve

  31. The Town of Jõhvi

  32. The Church of St. Michael culture House

  33. National Estonian Food

  34. Mulgikapsad It’s one of the most popular and favorite food in Estonia. It’s made of sauerkraut, pork, pearl barley and tomatoes.

  35. Blood sausage Type of sausage made by cooking blood with a filler until it is thick enough to congeal when cooled. Pig or cattle blood is most often used. Typical fillers include meat, bread, sweet potato, onion, barley, and oatmeal.

  36. Suitsukala It’s a smoked trout. It’s quite popular among Estonian people. Usually suitsukala is eaten with potatoes.

  37. Piparkook Traditional Christmas biscuit. Characteristic feature is that it contains spices such as ginger, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom.

  38. The Tammiku Basic School

  39. Headmistress The headmistressof this school is ValentinaKutuzova. She is a perfect woman.

  40. Teachers On this picture you can see our teachers.

  41. The our school In this school is a lot of anything projects.

  42. Lessons The lessons in our school are differen. Gym Computer class

  43. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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