Friday, 18 January 2013

149 Different areas in Tartu

There have been ridiculously little pictures from the second largest city of Estonia: Tartu. The reason is clear though: I have lived there several years in the past (while studying and little after that) and it is usual that people think all the other places are more interesting than their home. I have photos though, I will go there again and make more comprehensive overview of this nice city and it's rectangles, bricks and blocks.

It takes much effort to line them up by location (not by date) but I did it this time because I didn't have much pictures.

Aleksandri street. A street in the very centre where I walked to and from work every weekday back then.
05.02.05


02.06.05




15.08.05

Kuperjanovi street.
12.07.06

I've admired this one for years, so I caught it several times.


05.05.08

Maarjamõisa.
21.07.09
Area of medical institutions.







07.07.12


Nõva and Kuu streets in Karlova.
08.09.04

09.02.08
It's February, but that tree over there makes the area much more beautiful in summertime.





Nooruse and Ravila streets.
18.07.05



Oh I like this view! Two nice blocks built on a field!

21.07.09









As you can see, there's a new building in front of the older new (that was alone in pictures above).

Across the street. I once had to go inside here regarding my studies in University of Tartu.



07.07.12

Yet another new building pops out!







Tartu Kutsehariduskeskus, a certain building (school) that I passed by several times which gave me a chance to take several photos of it.
30.05.05
Here it is before renovation.

09.06.05

18.06.05




05.05.08
Partly renovated.

19.10.10
Views from inside -- I stayed there in the hotel. The hotel was very nice and modern. Even the water boiling device had a thermometer! Useful for green tea and maté.


22.07.11
Last few shots as entirely renovated. The hotel was located at the right.


16.09.12




There is another school right next to this one, I don't know which one (what is taught there), perhaps art?





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