The Culture of Estonia
Estonia's people are called Estonians. Estonia is a country that
is 9.9% Lutheran, 16.2% Eastern Orthodox, and 2.2% Roman Catholic.
Estonia's Official languages are 68.5% Estonian, 24.8% Russian, and 0.6% Ukrainian.
The Government and Economy of Estonia
of the Soviet Union. In August 20, 1991 Estonia declared
Independence from the Soviet Union. The Capital city is Tallinn. The Economy
is a agriculture, industry, and service based Economy.
It was built after a attack in Tallinn, and it is the oldest church in Tallinn.
The great Alexander church
Every 5 years Estonians gather and celebrate their independence from the Soviet Union.