Estonia is one three countries that completes the Baltic States. It is a flat country where half of the landscape is farmland. There are many forests cultivated for the country’s timber, paper and furniture industries. Peat bogs cover some areas. Estonia also includes over 800 islands scattered along the Baltic Sea. Estonia declared itself as an independent nation when the Soviet Union broke up in 1991. It was part of Russia for more than 50 years. Today, Estonians are totally free to enjoy their national culture and traditions.
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