Estonia is officially called the Republic of Estonia. It is a small country which is located in Northern Europe. It shares its border with the Baltic Sea and Sweden in the west, Latvia in the south, Gulf of Finland and Finland on the other side in north, and Russia and Lake Peipus in the east. With the area about 25,227 sq. kilometer has a total population of over 1,332,893 inhabitants.
Holiday in Estonia
|Tuesday||January 01||New Year’s Day|
|Sunday||February 24||Independence Day|
|Friday||April 19||Good Friday||Friday before Easter Sunday|
|Sunday||April 21||Easter Sunday|
|Wednesday||May 01||Spring Day|
|Sunday||May 12||Mother’s Day||Second Sunday in May. Not a Public Holiday|
|Sunday||June 09||Pentecost Sunday||Fifty Day after Easter|
|Sunday||June 23||Victory Day|
|Monday||June 24||St. John’s Day||Midsummer Day|
|Tuesday||August 20||Independence Restoration Day|
|Saturday||October 19||Ethnicity Day||Third Saturday in October|
|Sunday||November 10||Father’s Day||Second Sunday in November. Not a Public Holiday|
|Tuesday||December 24||Christmas Eve|
|Wednesday||December 25||Christmas Day|
|Thursday||December 26||Boxing Day|
New Year’s Day in Estonia
January 01, according to the Gregorian calendar is celebrated as New Year’s Day in Estonia. This is a very first day of New Year and given as a public holiday, learn more…
Independence Day in Estonia
February 24, is held as Independence Day in Estonia. This day commemorates the declaration of Estonian independence, learn more…
Good Friday in Estonia
April 19, Friday is held as Good Friday in Estonia just like the rest of the world. This day is celebrated on Friday before Easter Sunday, learn more…
Easter Sunday in Estonia
April 21, Sunday is held as Easter Sunday in Estonia. This day is celebrated by the Christian community in the whole world, learn more…
Spring Day in Estonia
May 01, is held as Spring Day in Estonia. This day is celebrating on the occasion of the arrival of spring, learn more…
Mother’s Day in Estonia
May 12, is held as Mother’s Day in Estonia. It is celebrated on the second Sunday in May to give appreciation to all motherly figures, learn more…
Pentecost Sunday in Estonia
June 09, will be held as Pentecost Sunday in Estonia. This day is celebrated by the Christian community on fifty days after Easter Sunday. The other names of the day are Whitsunday, Whit Sunday, learn more…
Victory Day in Estonia
June 23, is annually celebrated as Victory Day in Estonia. This day commemorates the military against outside forces, learn more…
St. John’s Day in Estonia
June 24, 2020, will be held St. John’s Day in Estonia. This day commemorates the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, learn more…
Independence Restoration Day in Estonia
August 20, is annually celebrated as Independence Restoration Day in Estonia. This day is celebrated in the remembrance of the formal declaration of independence, learn more…
Ethnicity Day of Estonia
October 19, is held as Ethnicity Day of Estonia. This day is celebrated on the third Sunday in October and declared as public holiday, learn more…
Father’s Day in Estonia
November 10, the second Sunday in November is held as Father’s Day in Estonia. This day is celebrated to give the appreciation to all fatherly figures, learn more…
Christmas Eve in Estonia
The night of December 24, is celebrated as Christmas Eve in Estonia just like the rest of the world. It is a public holiday and celebrated well, learn more…
Christmas Day in Estonia
December 25, is held as Christmas Day in Estonia just like the whole world. This day is warmly celebrated by the Christian community in the whole world, learn more…
Boxing Day in Estonia
December 26, the day after Christmas is held as Boxing Day in Estonia. This day is specially arranged for the servants when they got gifts from their masters, learn more…
Facts and Figures about Estonia
All the facts and figures about Estonia are listed below in this list.
Capital of Estonia
Tallinn is the national capital of Estonia. It is the economic hub and the largest city in the country.
President of Estonia
Kersti Kaljulaid is the current president of Estonia. Overall, she is 5th acting president and took office in 2016, on October 10. Under the constitution, the president serves as the head of the state and she is the first female president of the country.
Prime Minister of Estonia
Jüri Ratas is the current Prime Minister of Estonia. Overall, he is the 17th acting Prime Minister and took office in 2016, on November 23.
Population of Estonia
In 2017, the estimated population of Estonia was over 1.316 million which is equivalent to 0.02% of the total population of the world. It ranked on 157th position in the list of most populous countries.
Flag of Estonia
The current flag is having a tri-color horizontal pattern of Blue(top), black, and white color.
Currency of Estonia
Estonian kroon is the national currency of Estonia. The code for the currency is EEK.
Religion of Estonia
Estonia is one of the most irreligious countries in the world in which 54.14% of people are non-religious. While 15.15% are Eastern Orthodox, 9.91% is Lutheranism, 2.0% are other Christian, 16.55% hasn’t declared.
Dialing Code of Estonia
The international dialing code of Estonia is +372.
Crime Rate in Estonia
Estonia has a 20.96 Crime Index and 79.04 Safety Index in the world.
Famous Airport of Estonia
Some of the famous and busiest airports in Estonia are Kuressaare Airport which serves Kuressaare, Pärnu Airport which serves Pärnu, Rapla Airfield which serves Rapla, and Humala Airfield which serves Humala, Harku Parish.
Top Destinations of Estonia
Estonia is a Northern European country and very affordable for traveling. It has many destinations that worth visiting such as Viljandi, Soomaa National Park, Rakvere Castle, Hiiumaa, Narva Castle, Parnu, Saaremaa, Lahemaa National Park, Tartu, and Tallinn
Area of Estonia
The total area of Estonia is about 54,227 sq. kilometer.
GDP of Estonia
According to an estimate, the total GDP of Estonia is about 25.92 billion US dollars which is equivalent to 0.04% of the total world’s economy.
Sports of Estonia
Basketball, cricket, cycling, beach volleyball, and football are most commonly played sports here.