Definition of Capital of Estonia
1. Noun. A port city on the Gulf of Finland that is the capital and largest city of Estonia.
Generic synonyms: Port, National Capital
Group relationships: Esthonia, Estonia, Republic Of Estonia
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Literary usage of Capital of Estonia
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1. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1842)
"... the capital of Estonia, where she found herself fairly housed under the roof of her sister, and where she resided twelve months; the capital of Russia ..."
2. An Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and by William Fordyce Mavor (1802)
"On the 15th, our author embarked in a small yatch, and in three days landed at Reval. This place is the capital of Estonia, and lies fifty ..."
3. OECD Territorial Reviews Finland by OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2005)
"Baltic States: Tallinn (capital of Estonia): 84 km from Helsinki, one hour and a half by hydrofoil ferry. Governance Independence: 16 December 1917, ..."
4. The World Displayed, Or, A Collection of Voyages and Travels by Christopher Smart, Oliver Goldsmith, Samuel Johnson (1815)
"Revel is a port town of Livonia, and the capital of Estonia, or East Land. It is situated in twenty- four degrees east longitude, and fifty-nine degree* ..."
5. Democracy in Latin America: (Re)Constructing Political Society by Manuel Antonio Garretón Merino, Edward Newman (2001)
"In Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, barely half the people of this aspiring nation-state speak Estonian. For these and many other countries, ..."
6. Baltic Partnerships: Integration, Growth and Local Governance in the Baltic by Oecd, Sylvain Giguère (2007)
"The status of Tallinn as the capital of Estonia was formally approved in 1995. Rural municipalities and towns immediately became subject to the taxation ..."