Estonia News

By Sydney Adcock

Estonia Culture

Estonia celebrates many different holidays, but too many to name. The religions of Estonia are Evangelical Lutheran, Russian Orthodox, Estonian Orthodox, Baptist, Methodist, Seventh-Day Adventist, Roman Catholic, Pentecostal, Word of Life, Jewish. Estonia's language is Estonian. The food of Estonia is In the fall and winter, soups and stews predominate, with potatoes a staple at most meals. In the spring and summer, fresh tomatoes and cucumbers accompany every meal. Sandwiches are common breakfast fare, and coffee is drunk frequently throughout the day and at social events. In coastal areas, fish is eaten. Many people grow fruits, vegetables, and berries during the summer and can what remains in the fall.

Estonia Government

Estonia has a Parliamentary republic. Estonia's leader is Toomas Hendrik Ilves. On February 2, 1920, Estonia became a parliamentary republic.

Estonia-Modern Times

Current events that just happened recently are the Chronology of Coverage that started

Mar. 11, 2012 and ended on Oct. 23, 2014.

Famous landmark in Estonia

One landmark in Estonia is the Jägala Waterfall. It is located in Estonia. The
Jägala Waterfall is well know for it's beauty and it's refreshing water.

Famous lanndmrk inEstonia

Another landmark in Estonia is the Kaali Crater in Estonia. The Kaali Crater is well know for it's beauty andit's amazeness.

Interesting facts

What I found out about Estonia is that Estonia was the first country in the world to use online political voting. Also, I learned that Estonia has two Independence Days. It first achieved independence from the Soviet Union on February 24, 1918 and again on August 20, 1991 after 51 years of occupation. The second date is known as the “Restoration of Independence Day.”