National Geographic Traveler 50: World's Smartest Cities



Nº 22 Tallinn, Estonia: population 400,000: Skype was born here, and it’s hardly the only innovation to come from this UNESCO World Heritage city. Public bus and tram transit is free, bikes abound, and the old Hanseatic trading center brims with business, turning a medieval city into a digital-age exemplar.

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Stephen Bell & Charles Kipper In Recital, Montreal - March 1, 2014

Review (English)

Arvustus (Eestikeeles)



Mapping Diplomacy - Estonia's Global Servants

Estonian Diplomacy Worldwide


Chris Glew in Business


Of the 193 countries in the United Nations, the Republic of Estonia has a diplomatic presence of some kind in 82 of them, ranging from embassies to consulates-general to honorary consuls.


Interactive Map


President of Estonia - First State Visit to Ottawa, Canada - May 1, 2013

Click to enlarge - photos by Peeter Põldre



Statistics Canada - 2011 Rahvaloendus (Eestikeelt rääkivad inimesed)

2011 Census - Language profile for Montreal and Quebec

2011 Census - Language profile for Quebec City and Quebec

2011 Census - Language profile for Ottawa and Ontario

2011 Census - Language profile for Kingston and Ontario

2011 Census - Language profile for Toronto and Ontario

2011 Census - Language profile for Vancouver and British Columbia

NOTE:  Click on the links above and scroll down the list to Estonian (and/or other languages)

ERR - Estonian Public Broadcasting - New English Language Service

Estonian Public Broadcasting

Launched 19 years after Estonian independence, this government funded service hopes to "offer an English-language window to Estonia ... and offer translations supplemented with background and context for foreign readers, plus a fair helping of original content".

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