The largest Estonian island
The limestone island is flat as befits a Baltic island, the highest point is only 54 m. Nature has the main say here, the island is half covered with forests, a large number of seabirds nest here, many species of migratory birds then stay here temporarily. Several species of seals can be seen on the coast. Saaremaa also hides one rarity of European significance – meteoric craters at Kaali. History has not been erased with today's largest Estonian island, so Saaremaa alternately fell under the rule of Danes, Swedes, Russians, …
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