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Where is Estonia Located

Estonia is a small country located in northern Europe. It covers an area of just 45,227 km2 (17,413 sq mi) and has a population of about 1.35 million. The country has a long history, and the territory was long sort after because it was seen as a strategically important area. In the last century the country was occupied by Germany during World War II and twice by the Soviet Union. In 1991 Estonia regained its independence from the Soviet Union after the collapse of the USSR. Since this time the country has joined the European Union and adopted the Euro as their official currency. Let’s find out exactly where this important country is located.

Where is Estonia located?
We know that Estonia is located in northern Europe. Specifically it is located south of Finland (separated by the Gulf of Finland), east of Sweden (separated by the Baltic sea), north of Latvia and west of Russia. The following map shows where Estonia is located within Europe (with the surrounding countries marked). Estonia is marked with a black circle.

A political map of Europe with Estonia marked in black.
Please note: This map is from 2008 and some changes have occurred in Europe since this time. However, the location of Estonia and surrounding countries remain unchanged.

The following is a world map that shows Estonia (circled in red). This map makes it clear just how small the country is compared with many other countries, especially Russia which is located directly to the east.

A map of the world with Estonia marked in red.
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Did you know?
Internationally Estonia is often classified as a Baltic country because of where it is located. Estonians are often offended by this label because the culture and language of the country is much more closely related to the Nordic countries.

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