Cities on the Baltic Sea by a Clue

Based on a clue, can you guess these cities that border the Baltic Sea?
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Last updated: January 3, 2021
First submittedDecember 28, 2020
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Clue
Letter
City
Was founded by Russia's Peter the Great
S
Saint Petersburg
Former free city known to the Germans as Danzig
G
Gdańsk
Has an autonomous hippie-neighborhood named "Christiania"
C
Copenhagen
Is connected to the above via the "Øresund Bridge"
M
Malmö
Namesake of the canal that connects the Baltic Sea to the North Sea
K
Kiel
In 2011, the British magazine Monocle ranked it the world's most liveable city
H
Helsinki
Located 80 kilometres south of the above
T
Tallinn
Birger Jarl is traditionally attributed to have founded it around 1250
S
Stockholm
Has the largest collection of buildings built in the Art Nouveau style
R
Riga
Considered to be the oldest city in Finland
T
Turku
Was known by the name "Königsberg" when under Prussian rule
K
Kaliningrad
It was historically the main port of East Germany
R
Rostock
Most populous city in northern Sweden
U
Umeå
Most populous city in northern Finland
O
Oulu
Was the main and founding city of the Hanseatic League
L
Lübeck
Swedish city that was the site a 1397 treaty joining Denmark, Sweden,
and Norway under one king
K
Kalmar
Main port of Lithuania
K
Klaipėda
Estonian resort known for its 19th-century timber villas and beaches
P
Pärnu
Biggest city in Gotland
V
Visby
Main city of Finland's "Åland Islands"
M
Mariehamn
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