Ukrainian Community in Estonia

The Ukrainian community is the second-biggest ethnic minority in Estonia. There are more than 22,000 Ukrainians living and working here, making up approximately 1.7% of the Estonian population. In order to promote and preserve Ukrainian culture in Estonia, the Ukrainian Cultural Center was established. Located in Tallinn’s Old Town, the facility also houses a school, a library and a museum. Tallinn’s Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church serves worshipers. The Ukrainian community in Estonia is big yet quite diverse. Everyone can find an activity or a hobby for their leisure time – for example, Ukrainian language for kids or calligraphy lessons for both children and adults.

Ukrainians living in Estonia often enjoy the following:

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