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  • 1. HISTORY
  • 2.  9000 years Before Christ The oldest archaeological evidence of human beings on Estonian territory. http://www.adm.ee/blog/2010/02/02/adm-toetab-welcome-to-estonia/
  • 3.  http://www.viaproject.ca/world-war-2/red-army-on-the-western-front/ 13th – 14th centuries A vast settlement of Coastal Swedes formed on the islands and western coast of Estonia and remained there until the Second World War.
  • 4.   1561 Northern Estonia fell under Swedish power. 1739 The first complete Estonian translation of the Bible was published.
  • 5. 1802 The university in Tartu, which had been evacuated to Sweden during the Northern War, resumed its activities.
  • 6.  Mid-19th century – End of 19th century The age of Estonian's “National Awakening", which laid the foundation for the birth of Estonian high culture. http://www.visitestonia.com/en/kiosk/multimedia/national-awakeningtour?site_preference=normal
  • 7. http://et.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilt:Kalevipoeg_(Glehni_park).jpg http://et.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalevipoeg http://www.sweco.ee/et/Estonia/Uudised/2008/Category/Kalevipoja-skulptuuri-ehitusliku-osa-projekteerib-Sweco-Projekt/
  • 8.  18. – 20.06.1869 The first national song festival took place in Tartu, which was the start of the national song festival tradition that continues to this day. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=oHOIN_vsGSA http://www.123rf.com/photo_9890367_tallinn-estonia--july-3-2011--the-parade-of-the-11th-youth-song-and-dance-celebration-in-tallinn-tot.html
  • 9.  http://www.flags.net/ESTN.htm 04.06.1884 The blue-black-white flag of the Estonian Students' Society was blessed in the Otepää church. This became after Estonia's independence, the state flag.
  • 10.   1914 – 1918 The First World War, which brought with it the defeat and collapse of the Russian Empire. February – November 1918 German occupation of Estonia. http://dechauwwi.weebly.com/battles.html
  • 11.   24.02.1918 Estonia declared itself an independent democratic republic. A day later the German occupation forces arrived in Tallinn on the heels of the retreating Russian units.
  • 12.   http://uuseesti.ee/29958 28.11.1918 – 02.02.1920 The Estonian War of Independence. 23 june – Victory Day (Võidupüha).
  • 13.  01.09.1939 World War II began. Estonia declared itself neutral in the new war http://military.wikia.com/wiki/World_War_II
  • 14.  24.08.1991 Russia recognised Estonia's independence. http://www.crossed-flag-pins.com/Friendship-Pins/Russia/Flag-PinsRussia-Estonia.html
  • 15.   2004 Estonia became a member of the European Union and NATO. 2011 Estonia became a member of euro zone and the currency in Estonia changed to euro. http://worldcoingallery.com/countries/circ_sets/Estonia.html http://worldcoingallery.com/countries/circ_sets/Estonia.html
  • 16. Bret Paasma Gabriel Lansberg Mark Roose