Baltic Klint


Baltic Klint is part of the Tentative list of Estonia in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

The limestone cliff Baltic Klint has a stretch of 250km in Estonia. Erosian by waves and weather has created caves such as the Turjekelder Cave. There are also 12 waterfalls including the highest of Estonia, Valaste Waterfall.

Map of Baltic Klint

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The coordinates shown for all tentative sites were produced as a community effort. They are not official and may change on inscription.

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Full Name
Baltic Klint
2006 Requested by State Party to not be examined

Withdrawn at request of Estonia

2004 Revision

Successor to former TWHS Glint of Saka-Ontika-Toila (1996)

2004 Added to Tentative List

Unesco Website: Baltic Klint

The site has 8 locations

Baltic Klint: Osmussaar Landscape Reserve (T)
Baltic Klint: Pakri Landscape Reserve (T)
Baltic Klint: Turisalu Landscape Reserve (T)
Baltic Klint: Ulgase Nature Conservation Area (T)
Baltic Klint: Tsitre Muuksi escarpment (T)
Baltic Klint: Ontika Landscape Reserve (T)
Baltic Klint: Pdite Landscape Reserve (T)
Baltic Klint: Udria Landscape Reserve (T)
WHS 1997-2021