(Literally, Esperanto-land) Esperanto is a language without a nation. It's a native language to several thousand people, yet it has no real homeland. You can't go to a particular country and automatically be surrounded by it. Instead, Esperanto speakers refer to the concept of ['Esperantujo'](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esperantujo). It's a conceptual location in the real world and online which is formed by gatherings of Esperantists and their organizations, where [Esperanto culture](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esperanto_culture) (books, movies, holidays, political organizations, etc) are the norm for discussion. It's a bit hard to directly translate into another language, but if you speak Esperanto, you know when you're in Esperantujo.