National Geographic : 1939 Dec
ESTONIA: AT RUSSIA'S BALTIC GATE Photograph by Job. Trieteldt WIND AND WAVE CARVE AN OVERHANGING CLIFF ON ESTONIA'S COAST Beside the Gulf of Finland extends the precipitous limestone scarp called the Glint, nearly 200 feet high. Here and there stretch flat valley mouths or broad sand beaches. Country homes of the old Russian aristocracy once crowned lookout points along this steep north coast.