The southern Estonian city of Tartu put on a grandiose show on the evening of January 26 to kickstart its year as a European Capital of Culture.
As previously reported by LSM, Estonia hopes to attract thousands of Latvian tourists across the border during 2024 to attend events and explore southern Estonia more widely. Several events will feature cross-border collaborations in film, music and drama.
Our colleagues at ERR News have extensive coverage of this weekend's launch events and you can see the full upcoming Capital of Culture program at the official website https://tartu2024.ee/en/
Keeping a keen eye on what happens will be the Latvian city of Liepāja, which will be a European Capital of Culture in 2027.
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