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a city of southeastern Estonia that was a member of the Hanseatic League

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The purpose of the procurement is to reconstruct the Tartu Heritage 4 and the courtyard area - gardening, parking lots and sports fields, including the football stadium at Kopli 1.
Tartu today is a European university city where youth, academic spirit, a bohemian sensibility and the digital age come together.
Tartu University was founded under Swedish rule in 1632, but the town itself dates back as far as the seventh century.
But the final was a much closer affair after Tartu had won their semi-final on Sunday 79-78 against the Belgians.
13]C isotopic data were obtained from 289 samples of the Billingen to Juuru RSs, using a Thermo Delta V Advance mass spectrometer at the Department of Geology of the University of Tartu.
The company plans at a later stage to connect the acquired network to the one that is currently supplied by its combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Tartu.
The expansion of the University of Tartu in the Maarjamoisa field is the most actual theme in the dispute handling the integration between the university and the City.
The music department of the University of Tartu Library was one of the founding members.
Tartu is the most excavated town in Estonia (Tvauri 2001, 11) and it has attracted the attention of researchers for over a hundred years.
Research of history at the University of Tartu in the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century: general trends of the development
Tartu Airport has an important role in Estonian regional policy as an educational centre and gateway to Europe.
The Wilde artefact was a gift to the people of Galway from Tartu, a city in Estonia.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-13 April 2007-Swedish technical consulting group AB Angpanneforeningen wins major consulting contract in Tartu, Estonia(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.