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Tartu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tartu (Estonian pronunciation: [ˈtɑrtˑˈtu], South Estonian: Tarto) is the second largest city of Estonia, following Estonia's political and financial capital Tallinn

Tartu - Official Site

Tartu, with its population of 100,000 in an area of 38.8 square kilometres, is the second largest city of Estonia. Tartu, lying 185 kilometres south of Tallinn, is ...

Tartu travel guide - Wikitravel

Tartu (historically known as Dorpat or Yuryev) is the second largest city in Estonia with a population of 100,000. It is a Hanseatic city and a university town.

Tartu - Lonely Planet

Tartu lays claim to being Estonia’s spiritual capital, with locals talking about a special Tartu vaim (spirit), created by the time-stands-still feel of its wooden ...

Tartu - heade mõtete linn

Tartu City Government, Raekoda, 50089 Tartu, e-mail lv[at], press[at], web[at], +372 736 1101 ...

Tartu Tourism: Best of Tartu, Estonia - TripAdvisor

Tartu Tourism: TripAdvisor has 4,528 reviews of Tartu Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Tartu resource.

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University of Tartu

UT was successful in the call for proposals for centres of excellence in research: Archimedes Foundation made the proposal to fund three centres of excellence which ...

University of Tartu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The University of Tartu (Estonian: Tartu Ülikool, Latin: Universitas Tartuensis) is a classical university in the city of Tartu, Estonia. It is the national ...

Tartu – Travel guide at Wikivoyage

Tartu is 185 km south-east of Tallinn, in the capital of Estonia. The Emajõgi River, which connects the two largest lakes of Estonia, flows for 10 km within the city ...