1. Estonia has most start-ups per capita in Europe Estonia is the 132nd-smallest country in the world by land mass.
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5. Estonia has a population of just 1.3 million but is larger than Denmark and Holland.
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7. Estonia is mainly a lowland country that is bordered by the Baltic Sea, Latvia, and Russia.
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8. Estonia is east from the Baltic Sea and the northest of the Baltic States.
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12. The Republic of Estonia obtained international recognition and became a member of the League of Nations in 1921.
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18. Estonia is a mostly flat country on the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea.
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20. Estonia has two healthcare hubs: its capital, Tallinn, and Tartu, its second largest city, due to the university hospital and medical faculty at the University of Tartu.
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28. Estonia has built close relationship with the Nordic countries, especially Finland and Sweden, and is a member of Nordic-Baltic Eight uniting Nordic and Baltic countries.
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31. Estonia is a country in Northern Europe on the coast on the Baltic Sea.
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32. Estonia has emerged as a top-performer on PISA, raising the question of how this former Soviet Republic created one of the strongest education systems in the world over the past twenty years.
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34. Estonia is still clearing thousands of World War II mines from its waters.
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