The Republic of Estonia is located on the continent of Europe in the northern part of the continent of Europe, or what is known as Northern Europe.
It is bordered by the State of Latvia on the south, while the State of Estonia is bounded on the east by the countries of the former Soviet Union and at the present time the state of Russia.
The official language is the Estonian language, which falls under the Baltic Fenian languages spoken by the inhabitants of countries around the Baltic Sea in northern Europe.
And the Russian language is used in the Republic of Estonia as a second language, because the Russian language is the language that was used in the days of the former Soviet era.
With a population of about 129,000 people, it is one of the countries that is growing slowly in terms of population growth, compared to the euro area, NATO and the European Union.
31% of Estonians are practicing religious, which makes Estonia the country with the highest proportion of landless people in the world, and the largest religious denominations by 15% of the people follow the Estonian Lutheran Evangelical Church, and 14% follow Eastern Orthodox Christianity.
It represents 0.5% of the Baptists and 0.5% of Catholics besides the presence of a Jewish minority, while the Muslims number more than 10,000 and come from different parties.
It is considered one of the countries with high economy, it has been classified as such by the World Bank, and it has a developed economy.
It has become a member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, which is one of the developed countries according to the United Nations classification, and its human development index is very high.
The currency of the Republic of Estonia is the euro and it is the currency that was unified for the European Union countries and that trading was applied in the year 2002 AD to the countries joining the European Union, but not all the countries that join the European Union deal in the euro, for example, the state of Denmark is still dealing in its local currency which is the krona.
The most important industries include engineering, electronics, wood, wood products, fabrics, textiles, and clothing, and the technology and communications sector, food and electrical industries, as well as fishing and furniture manufacturing have an important role in driving growth and increasing exports.
The main crops include potatoes, vegetables, livestock, dairy products, and fish.
Land and sea navigation are the most important means of transportation in the country, as the railways are mainly used to transport cargo.
Large seaports are located in the capital, Tallinn and Pärnu, and the motorway crosses the Baltic Street (Via Baltica) from the south to the north of the country.