Võro is a language spoken in southern Estonia. It is a Finnic language, related to Finnish and Estonian. Võro is spoken by about 24,000 people.
Võro is one of the few languages that has its own Wikipedia, with over 7,000 articles. The language has been revitalized in recent years, with a new orthography and a growing body of literature.
Võro is an official minority language in Estonia, and is taught in schools and universities. There are also a number of radio and TV programs in Võro.
The Võro Institute, established in 1995, is dedicated to the promotion of the language and culture. The institute publishes a quarterly magazine, Võro Keel, and runs a website and online dictionary.