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From the 16th century, Eston a has been a predom nantly Lutheran country. Nevertheless, since the 1740s several religious movements have occurred in Estonia occasionally conflicting with the established Lutheran Church. More serious Christianisation among the Estonians began with the Moravian movement which spread widely n Estonia during the 18th and 19th centuries. The Moravian congregations stayed inside the Lutheran Church.

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