Narva Estonia 2024

narva estonia 2024

narva estonia 2024

Narva is next – at least that’s what the organisers of the city’s bid to host the European capital of culture in 2024 think. Trailed by reporters and TV cameras, she told a crowd at the city’s Town Hall: “Narva is the next big success story of Estonia.” If Narva, Estonia’s third biggest town that borders Russia, wins the 2024 title, a year’s worth of cultural events will take place and it is likely that there will be an increase in tourism, investment and regeneration.

Narva 2024 kunstilise programmi selgroog on Narva jõgi, igaveses muutumises võimas loodusjõud, mis moodustab loodusliku piiri kahe kalda vahel. Jõge ja piiri ületab sild, seda nii igapäevases kui ka laiemas tähenduses, ühendades kultuure, inimesi, identiteete, kunstivorme, valdkondi ja saatuseid.

Yesterday was a very special day. Tarmo Tammiste, the Mayor of Narva, the largest city on the EU-Russia border, has announced the city’s candidacy to become the... European Capital of Culture in 2024, when the title returns to Estonia.

Narva has been shortlisted for the main competition for the title of European Capital of Culture 2024 by the international expert panel after hearings in Tallinn, Estonia. The panel has published a report with recommendations.

Narva and Tartu short-listed for the title of European Capital of Culture 2024 in Estonia . 5 months 3 weeks ago ; any; Narva and Tartu have been shortlisted today in the competition for the title of European Capital of Culture 2024 in Estonia.

Three applications were received for the European Capital of Culture 2024 competition – from Tartu, Narva and Kuressaare. At the end of the month it will become clear which cities will compete in the final round. The cities had to submit their candidacy materials to the Ministry of Culture by October 1 st.

Narva is the third largest city in Estonia, after Tallinn and Tartu. The city changed drastically during the Second World War. Today it is shaking of its controversial past and transforming into a city with unique culture, resources and possibilities. Narva is definitely an interesting city to visit ...

Narva has been shortlisted for the main competition for the title of European Capital of Culture 2024 by the international expert panel after hearings in Tallinn, Estonia. The panel has published a report with recommendations.

Narva & Narva-Jõesuu Estonia’s easternmost town boasts the best preserved castle (Hermann Fortress) overlooking a large, winding river acting as a border between Estonia and Russia. The nearby Narva-Jõesuu resort is dotted with spas and a large sandy beach that draws in holiday makers every summer.

Narva ( Estonian pronunciation: [ˈnɑrʋɑ], Russian: нарва) is the third largest city in Estonia. It is located at the eastern extreme point of Estonia, at the Russian border, on the Narva River which drains Lake Peipus .

Narva Estonia 2024 Pictures