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The Baltic Sea is a brackish inland sea located in [[Northern Europe]], from 53°N to 66°N latitude and from 20°E to 26°E longitude. It is bounded by the Scandinavian Peninsula, the mainland of Europe, and the Danish islands.
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The is a popular [[Cruise ships|Cruise line]] destination and provides access to most of Northern Europe as the [[Mediterranean Sea]] does for [[Southern Europe]].
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[[Image:Baltic Sea.gif|thumb|250px|The <font color="red">Baltic Sea</font>]]
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==Countries==
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The following countries have outlets on the Baltic Sea (moving clockwise)
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* [[Norway]]
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* [[Sweden]]
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* [[Finland]]
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* [[Russia]] - Eastern most destination [[St. Petersburg]]
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* [[Estonia]]
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* [[Latvia]]
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* [[Lithuania]]
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* [[Poland]]
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* [[Germany]]
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* [[Denmark]]
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==Other destinations==
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* [[Kaliningrad Oblast]] - a small exclave of [[Russia]], between [[Lithuania]] and [[Poland]]. You need to get visa for Russia to enter Kaliningrad Oblast and proceed through customs.
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==Understand==
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==Talk==
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==Get in==
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==Get around==
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===By Sea===
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Cruise Ships frequent these waters with tours that last 10 to 14 days depending on what countries you want to visit.
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==See==
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===Itineraries===
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==Do==
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==Eat==
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==Drink==
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==Stay safe==
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==Get out==
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[[WikiPedia:Baltic Sea]]
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Latest revision as of 17:08, 23 August 2011

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