Looking at Estonia
Throughout history, the tiny country of Estonia often fell prey to Vikings, Germans, Poles, Danes, Swedes, and Russians. It's no wonder that they've placed such an emphasis on maintaining their culture and traditions, as well as protecting their unspoiled natural areas and the unique wildlife that make those areas home. Book jacket.
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