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Today we explored Tallinn, Estonia which we’ve learned means “Danish town” because the Dutch were the first inhabitants. Sebastian was anxious to ditch my self guided tour from my guide book but I was determined to learn a few things about the very foreign Estonia. During the 20th century Estonia was torn between Germany and then Russia but finally gained its independence with the fall of the USSR. It’s rich in culture, historical buildings and cobblestone streets. We are so grateful to have wandered through this quaint European city today.