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ISO 3166-2:EE is the entry for Estonia in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which defines codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Contents

Currently for Estonia, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for 15 counties, 64 rural municipalities, and 15 urban municipalities.

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is EE, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of Estonia. The second part is two digits for counties or three digits for municipalities.

Current codes

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).

Subdivision names are sorted in Estonian alphabetical order: a-v, õ, ä, ö, ü.

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Counties

CodeSubdivision name (et)Subdivision Name (en)
[note 1]
EE-37 Harjumaa Harju
EE-39 Hiiumaa Hiiu
EE-45 Ida-Virumaa Ida-Viru
EE-50 Jõgevamaa Jõgeva
EE-52 Järvamaa Järva
EE-56 Läänemaa Lääne
EE-60 Lääne-Virumaa Lääne-Viru
EE-64 Põlvamaa Põlva
EE-68 Pärnumaa Pärnu
EE-71 Raplamaa Rapla
EE-74 Saaremaa Saare
EE-79 Tartumaa Tartu
EE-81 Valgamaa Valga
EE-84 Viljandimaa Viljandi
EE-87 Võrumaa Võru
Notes
  1. For reference only, English Name not included in the ISO 3166-2 standard.

Municipalities

CodeSubdivision name (et)CategoryCounty
EE-130 Alutaguse rural municipality45
EE-141 Anija rural municipality37
EE-142 Antsla rural municipality87
EE-171 Elva rural municipality79
EE-184 Haapsalu urban municipality56
EE-191 Haljala rural municipality60
EE-198 Harku rural municipality37
EE-205 Hiiumaa rural municipality39
EE-214 Häädemeeste rural municipality68
EE-245 Jõelähtme rural municipality37
EE-247 Jõgeva rural municipality50
EE-251 Jõhvi rural municipality45
EE-255 Järva rural municipality52
EE-272 Kadrina rural municipality60
EE-283 Kambja rural municipality79
EE-284 Kanepi rural municipality64
EE-291 Kastre rural municipality79
EE-293 Kehtna rural municipality71
EE-296 Keila urban municipality37
EE-303 Kihnu rural municipality68
EE-305 Kiili rural municipality37
EE-317 Kohila rural municipality71
EE-321 Kohtla-Järve urban municipality45
EE-338 Kose rural municipality37
EE-353 Kuusalu rural municipality37
EE-424 Loksa urban municipality37
EE-430 Lääneranna rural municipality68
EE-431 Lääne-Harju rural municipality37
EE-432 Luunja rural municipality79
EE-441 Lääne-Nigula rural municipality56
EE-442 Lüganuse rural municipality45
EE-446 Maardu urban municipality37
EE-478 Muhu rural municipality74
EE-480 Mulgi rural municipality84
EE-486 Mustvee rural municipality50
EE-503 Märjamaa rural municipality71
EE-511 Narva urban municipality45
EE-514 Narva-Jõesuu urban municipality45
EE-528 Nõo rural municipality79
EE-557 Otepää rural municipality81
EE-567 Paide urban municipality52
EE-586 Peipsiääre rural municipality79
EE-615 Põhja-Sakala rural municipality84
EE-618 Põltsamaa rural municipality50
EE-622 Põlva rural municipality64
EE-624 Pärnu urban municipality68
EE-638 Põhja-Pärnumaa rural municipality68
EE-651 Raasiku rural municipality37
EE-653 Rae rural municipality37
EE-661 Rakvere rural municipality60
EE-663 Rakvere urban municipality60
EE-668 Rapla rural municipality71
EE-689 Ruhnu rural municipality74
EE-698 Rõuge rural municipality87
EE-708 Räpina rural municipality64
EE-712 Saarde rural municipality68
EE-714 Saaremaa rural municipality74
EE-719 Saku rural municipality37
EE-726 Saue rural municipality37
EE-732 Setomaa rural municipality87
EE-735 Sillamäe urban municipality45
EE-784 Tallinn urban municipality37
EE-792 Tapa rural municipality60
EE-793 Tartu urban municipality79
EE-796 Tartu rural municipality79
EE-803 Toila rural municipality45
EE-809 Tori rural municipality68
EE-824 Tõrva rural municipality81
EE-834 Türi rural municipality52
EE-855 Valga rural municipality81
EE-890 Viimsi rural municipality37
EE-897 Viljandi urban municipality84
EE-899 Viljandi rural municipality84
EE-901 Vinni rural municipality60
EE-903 Viru-Nigula rural municipality60
EE-907 Vormsi rural municipality56
EE-917 Võru rural municipality87
EE-919 Võru urban municipality87
EE-928 Väike-Maarja rural municipality60

Changes

The following changes to the entry are listed on ISO's online catalogue, the Online Browsing Platform:

Effective date of changeShort description of change (en)
2020-11-24Addition of category urban municipality, rural municipality; Addition of urban municipality EE-184, EE-296, EE-321, EE-424, EE-446, EE-511, EE-514, EE-567, EE-624, EE-663, EE-735, EE-784, EE-793, EE-897, EE-919; Addition of rural municipality EE-130, EE-141, EE-142, EE-171, EE-191, EE-198, EE-205, EE-214, EE-245, EE-247, EE-251, EE-255, EE-272, EE-283, EE-284, EE-291, EE-293, EE-303, EE-305, EE-317, EE-338, EE-353, EE-430, EE-431, EE-432, EE-441, EE-442, EE-478, EE-480, EE-486, EE-503, EE-528, EE-557, EE-586, EE-615, EE-618, EE-622, EE-638, EE-651, EE-653, EE-661, EE-668, EE-689, EE-698, EE-708, EE-712, EE-714, EE-719, EE-726, EE-732, EE-792, EE-796, EE-803, EE-809, EE-824, EE-834, EE-855, EE-890, EE-899, EE-901, EE-903, EE-907, EE-917, EE-928; Change of subdivision code from EE-44 to EE-45, EE-49 to EE-50, EE-51 to EE-52, EE-57 to EE-56, EE-59 to EE-60, EE-65 to EE-64, EE-67 to EE-68, EE-70 to EE-71, EE-78 to EE-79, EE-82 to EE-81, EE-86 to EE-87; Update List Source

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