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Estonia's largest national park is an interesting mix of coastal bluffs, dense forest, 18th-century manor houses, and numerous lakes, rivers and waterfalls, located in northern Estonia. You'd think you were in a Jane Austen novel but for the bears and lynxes. Waterfalls cascade down some of the 56m (184ft) cliffs along the northern edge of the North Estonian limestone plateau known as the Glint, which bisects the park from east to west. The two main areas open to visitors are the Koljaku-Oandu Reserve, an area of wet sea forest in the north-eastern part of the park; and the Laukasoo Reserve, home to the 7000-year-old bog in the park's centre.

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