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Three Estonian cities will vie for European Capital of Culture 2024


The city council of Estonian resort city Parnu has supported the city government’s proposal to vie for the status of European Capital of Culture 2024 together with Tartu and Viljandi.

All three cities want to have an interesting, creative and environmentally aware living environment, attach value to local culture and wish to diversify it.

The first city to be the Capital of Culture in Estonia was the capital Tallinn in 2011.

The preliminary choice from among all Estonian cities wishing to gain the status of Capital of Culture will be made in October 2018.

The final choice will be announced at the end of 2019. The cities of Narva and Kuressaare have also announced their candidacies.

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