21 August 2014
Estonia, rich in history, much of it bloody history, provides the traveler with a variety of unique sights and sounds.
The oldest Stone Age settlements date back 10,000 years.
Finno-Ugric tribes from the east, probably from the Urals at about 3500 BCE, mingled with the Neolithic peoples and settled in present Finland, Hungary and Estonia. They left behind their language system, so different from the surrounding Indo-European languages.
The Vikings arrived in the 9th and 10th centuries.