- Finno-Ugric World Seeks a New Capital of Culture for 2019Youth Association of Finno-Ugric Peoples (MAFUN) and URALIC Centre for Indigenous Peoples today (December 20, 2017) open the second 4-year cycle of the Finno-Ugric ...09.01.18
First archeological settlements of Estonians date back approximately 10 000 years. The oldest settlement site, near Sindi at the Pärnu river, was inhabited in the middle of the 8th millennium B.C. There are slightly over 1 million Estonians in the world. Estonians form the third largest Finno-Ugric people after Hungarians and Finns.