Estonia is located in the northernmost of the Baltic States. The Baltic States consist of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Below the Gulf of Finland is Estonia. Estonia is north of Latvia. Estonia is close to the Scandinavian countries of Sweden, Finland and Russia. The Baltic States comply with their governmental agencies following the rules and procedures established by the Baltic Assembly.
Most of the people who live in Estonia are Estonians, but about ¼ of the population is Russians with a very small percentage are Ukranians, Belarussians and Finns. There are over one million people who live in Estonia. The people in Estonia speak a language that is similar to the Finnish language. Due to Estonia’s location, the people experience winter, spring, summer and fall and the temperature is cool.