The northernmost of the Baltic states, Estonia borders Russia, and faces Scandinavia, two regions that have in turn influenced the country throughout history. Now a member of the European Union, Estonia has taken a dynamic cornering and excels in advanced technologies. From a tourist point of view, visitors travel to Estonia mainly towards Tallinn, the capital, next to the modern towers, the city has kept an impressive heritage medieval in its historic center, classified the entire World Heritage of Unesco! The rest of the country remains less visited, yet nature lovers should delight in major Estonian areas covered on your iga almost half its surface! flat country, water accumulates forming large wet areas with lakes and peats, encompassed several national parks. Estonia remains a particular concern of ecology country. Discovery of Estonia. Estonia is a Baltic state located in the northeast of Europe. It has land borders with Latvia and Russia, a coastline on the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. Estonia is a Baltic gem offering visitors the chance to see an ex-Soviet countries now part of the European Union. (Traces of the Soviet era are still there, for example in Paldiski, a base of the Soviet army that was abandoned). Incorporated into the USSR in 1940, Estonia regained its independence in 1991, the country was then attached to promote economic and political ties with

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