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エストニア

June 23, 2022

正式にはエストニア共和国であるエストニアは、北ヨーロッパの国です。北はフィンランドの向かいのフィンランド湾、西はスウェーデンの向かいのバルト海、南はラトビア、東はペイプス湖とロシアと国境を接しています。エストニアの領土は、本土、サーレマー島とヒーウマー島のより大きな島々、およびバルト海の東海岸にある2,200以上の他の島々と島々で構成され、総面積は45,339平方キロメートル(17,505平方マイル)です。首都タリンとタルトゥは、国の2つの最大の都市部です。エストニア語は、エストニアの自国語であり公式の言語です。それは人口の大多数の第一言語であり、世界で二番目に話されているフィンランド語です。

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