“Tartu today is a European university city in which thousands of young people live and learn every day. It’s one of the few cities in the world whose name includes the word ‘art’ in it, and it also fits perfectly into the word sTARTUp,” says Urmas Klaas, the city’s mayor. Klaas, currently serving his second term in office, kindly answered a set of questions by The Baltic Times.
Tartu recently launched its bid to become the 2024 European Capital City of Culture.
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