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List of unique and interesting places to visit in Estonia that are worth seeing:

  1. Lahemaa National Park is the largest national park in Estonia, covering over 700 square kilometers of forest, coastline, and wetlands. The park is home to many hiking trails, stunning natural landscapes, and historic manor houses.
  2. Saaremaa Island is the largest island in Estonia and is known for its unique culture and natural beauty. Visitors can explore the island's many beaches, forests, and historic landmarks, including the Kuressaare Castle and the Kaali Meteorite Crater.
  3. Tallinn's Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Europe. The area is known for its historic architecture, winding cobblestone streets, and charming cafes and restaurants.
  4. The Kumu Art Museum is Estonia's largest art museum and is home to a vast collection of Estonian art, from medieval times to the present day. The museum is located in Tallinn and is housed in a modernist building that is a work of art in itself.
  5. Hiiumaa Island is located off the coast of Estonia and is known for its unspoiled natural beauty and traditional way of life. Visitors can explore the island's many beaches, forests, and historic landmarks, including the Kõpu Lighthouse, one of the oldest lighthouses in Europe.
  6. The Setomaa region is a unique area in southeastern Estonia that is home to the Seto people, an ethnic minority with their own distinct language, culture, and traditions. Visitors can explore the region's many historic villages, churches, and museums, and experience the Seto culture through food, music, and dance.
  7. Pärnu is a popular seaside resort town located on the western coast of Estonia. The town is known for its long sandy beaches, historic architecture, and lively atmosphere. Visitors can relax on the beach, take a stroll down the promenade, or enjoy the town's many cafes, restaurants, and bars.
  8. The Estonian Open-Air Museum is located in Tallinn and is a unique living museum that showcases traditional Estonian life and culture. The museum is spread over 72 hectares of forest and features historic buildings, exhibitions, and workshops.

In conclusion, Estonia is a beautiful country with many unique and interesting places to visit. From the stunning natural landscapes of Lahemaa National Park and Hiiumaa Island to the historic architecture of Tallinn's Old Town and the traditional culture of the Setomaa region, Estonia has something for everyone.

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