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Tartu is the second largest city of Estonia, following Estonia's political and financial capital Tallinn, Tartu is often considered the intellectual centre of the country, especially since it is home to the nation's oldest and most renowned university, the University of Tartu. The city also houses the Supreme Court of Estonia and the Ministry of Education and Research. Mostly known as a university town, Tartu is also a site of heavy industry. Food industry has traditionally been important for the towns economy and some bigger companies. Population - 97,000 inhabitants.

Postal code: 50050 - 51111. Vehicle registration: T

The ancient Estonian fortress of Tarbatu was founded in the 5th century AD. Historical names for the city include German Dorpat (from the 13th century) and Russian Yuryev (from 1030) and Derpt.

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Global Emergency Room Equipments Market 2018 – Zoll, Eithicon, Covidien, GE Healthcare
 01/09/2018 20:50, " The Gulf Feed " tells: "Emergency room in Tartu University Hospital, in the city of Tartu, Estonia. Medical facilities, treatment beds and medical equipment. Posted By: Jack Jordan January 9, 2018. Global Emergency Room Equipments Market Report 2018 gives point by point examination of Emergency Room Equipments ..."
Service sector share in Estonian economy grows in 2016
 12/15/2017 21:55, " Baltic Review " tells: "In 2016, Estonia's GDP reached €21 billion at current prices. Harju County's contribution to this total amounted to €13 billion, €11 billion of which came from the capital city of Tallinn. Harju County was followed by Tartu and Ida-Viru Counties, which contributed ten and six percent, respectively, to the ..."

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 01/11/2018 20:50, " Atlas Obscura " tells: "Step inside Noora, and you'll find yet another maze. While walking through a permanent exhibition called Twists and Turns, you can learn about Estonia's history during its pivotal early years, which spanned from 1917 to 1920. The labyrinth tells the story of the birth of the Estonian state, woven together ..."
President Kaljulaid to move to Narva for a month this fall
 01/06/2018 08:35, " Estonian World (press release) (blog) " tells: "Narva is a town at the Estonian-Russian border in north-eastern Estonia. It's the third-largest town in the country after Tallinn and Tartu with a population of over 57,000. According to Wikipedia, almost 88% of the town's population are ethnic Russians. Narva is located 211 kilometres (131 miles) east of ..."

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Logging surge threatens a quarter of Estonia's forest, warn conservationists
 01/16/2018 22:46, " Climate Home " tells: "Along the highway from Tallin to Tartu, rows of trees are dimly backlit in grey-green and snowy hues by a winter sun that flatlines on the horizon. Stare too long though and shards of sunlight will blind you as they suddenly poke through holes in the green curtain. Something is changing in Estonia's ..."
Blue Awakening: The next generation of Estonian nationalists
 01/16/2018 08:40, " ERR News " tells: "Nov. 30, 2017 marked the fifth anniversary of the youth organization of the Conservative People's Party of Estonia (EKRE), Sinine Ӓratus ("Blue Awakening"). Blue Awakening was founded and is currently led by Tartu city councillor and EKRE board member, Ruuben Kaalep. Although EKRE is a ..."
Near to Tartu: Pskov (Russia) 113 km, Narva (Estonia) 140 km, Ostrov (Russia) 150 km, Kingisepp (Russia) 155 km
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