Stenskar

Vaindloo is a small island located in the Gulf of Finland in the Baltic Sea. It belongs to , and is the northernmost land point of the country. Vaindloo has an area of 6.2 hectares and marks the northernmost point of the nation of Estonia, situated 26 kilometers north of the Estonian mainland.

Notable Places in the Area

Lighthouse
is a located on the island of Vaindloo, in . is situated 170 metres south of Stenskar. Photo: Tuderna, CC BY 2.5.

Stenskar

Latitude
59.8186° or 59° 49' 6.9" north
Longitude
26.3603° or 26° 21' 37.1" east
Open Location Code
9GF8R996+C4
Open­Street­Map ID
way 45480303
Geo­Names ID
587897
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Also Known As

  • Armenian: Վայինդլու
  • Bavarian: Vaindloo
  • Bulgarian: Ваиндло
  • Cebuano: Vaindloo
  • Czech: Vaindloo
  • Dutch: Vaindloo
  • English: Vaindloo
  • Estonian: Stenskär
  • Estonian: Vaindloo
  • Estonian: Vaindloo saar
  • Finnish: Vaindloo
  • French: Vaindloo
  • German: Steenskär
  • German: Stenskär
  • German: Vaindloo
  • Italian: Vaindloo
  • Japanese: ヴァインドルー
  • Latvian: Vaindlo
  • Latvian: Vaindloo
  • Latvian: Vaindlo sala
  • Lithuanian: Vaindlo
  • Polish: Vaindloo
  • Portuguese: Ilha de vaindloo
  • Portuguese: Vaindloo
  • Russian: Вайндло
  • Russian: Стеншер
  • Serbian: Вајндло
  • Spanish: Vaindloo
  • Swedish: Stenskär, Estland
  • Swedish: Stenskär
  • Swedish: Vaindloo saar
  • Ukrainian: Вайндло
  • Ostrov Vaynalo
  • Ostrov Vayndlo
  • Ostrov Vayndloo
  • Stensher
  • Stenskyar
  • Stenskäy

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