Estonia has one of the greatest discrepancies in the world between male and female life expectancy at birth.
For men the figure is 64.36 years, while for women it is 76.57 years.
There are only 49 men over 65 to every 100 women.
Only Russia and Latvia are worse, each having 48 males for every 100 females among the over-65s.
When Estonia became the 17th country to join the euro in 2011, its new coins were made in Finland.