Tartu will be the European Capital of Culture 2024 in Estonia.
Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner responsible for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, said:
“I am convinced that the city and its region will be able to make the most of this title. Hosting a European Capital of Culture is a great opportunity for a city to boost its cultural vibrancy and ambitions, to bring culture and cultural heritage right to the heart of its various communities, enabling people to learn more about each other – and about themselves.“
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