The Republic of Estonia is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. The boundaries of the land are formed by the Gulf of Finland to the North, Russia to the East, Latvia to the South and the Baltic Sea to the West. Across the Baltic Sea are Sweden and Finland. Estonia is the most northern and smallest of the three Baltic countries - comprising of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. It is a predominantly flat country that becomes hilly to the southeast.

The country became independent in 1918. 1,340,021 people inhabit Estonia (2010). The major religion is the Evangelical Lutheran Church comprising 13.6% of the population. The Eastern Orthodox Church has 12.8% of the total population. 0.5% are Catholic. There are 4,268 Jehovah's Witnesses.


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