jeudi 28 mars 2013

Kissing Students fountain | Estonia, 1998

Kissing Students fountain | Estonia, 1998:
Kissing Students [Estonian: Suudlevad Tudengid] has become a symbol of Tartu. Is a fountain and a sculpture in Tartu, Estonia, located at the Tartu Town Hall Square and erected in 1998 and conceived by Mati Karmin 1959, one of Estonia's most renowned contemporary sculptors.
The city is best known for being home to the University of Tartu, founded under King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden in 1632. Mainly for this reason, Tartu is also, tongue-in-cheek, known as "Athens of the Emajõgi" or as "Heidelberg of the North".
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