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Tartu 2024 invites all to Karlova Days

Karlova Days will take place in Tartu from 19 to 22 May. European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024, in cooperation with Tartu Experimental Bicycle Repair Factory (TERT), will organise a workshop on bicycle repair and maintenance and a charity bike exchange to support Ukraine on Friday, 20 May.

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Join the Tartu 2024 volunteer team

Do you want to know how European Capital of Culture events are organised and to be a part of helping them succeed? The Tartu 2024 volunteer programme is waiting for applications from May 17 to May 31.
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Izabella’s Blog: Easter in Hungary

Easter is the greatest Christian celebration, which means that it is a pretty big thing in Hungary. It is a family and religious holiday at the same time with many international traditions and symbols like painted eggs and chocolate bunnies. On top of that we also have our own customs, so let’s see how Hungarians celebrate “Húsvét”.

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Tartu 2024 Receives New Electric Cars

On Wednesday, May 11, European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024 will receive four electric vehicles with the signing of the first official partnership agreement with Topauto.
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Kultuurikompass to Focus on Reducing the Footprint of Global Music Industry as a Key Issue

In difficult times, culture has always been an escape and a promoter of peace and democracy. The role of culture is invaluable during difficult times when we as a society are tackling various issues from safety and security to climate crisis. It may sound naive but I sincerely believe that culture and the arts have the ability to inspire and influence the way people think and act.

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