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It is situated kilometres miles southeast of Tallinn and kilometres miles northeast of Riga , the capital of Latvia. The city is served by Tartu Airport. Tartu is often considered the intellectual centre of the country,    especially since it is home to the nation's oldest and most renowned university, the University of Tartu ; Tartu itself is also the oldest city of Estonia and other Baltic countries. It is also the birthplace of the Estonian Song Festivals. Tartu will be the European Capital of Culture in Since , the Estonian name Tartu has been used, but as the town has come under control of various rulers throughout its history, there have been various names for it in different languages.
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A nationwide study conducted by the National Institute for Health Development TAI shows that most ticks in Estonia carry pathogens of some sort with Tartu, Harju, Viljandi and Valga counties most dangerous in terms of ticks. Nearly a fourth of all ticks sent in carried multiple pathogens. Last year, TAI opened a "tick-bank" and called on people to register ticks they found on themselves or their pets, freeze them overnight and then mail them to the lab for additional testing. The ticks collected through the campaign have been used to map the spread of tick-borne diseases in Estonia.
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The city of Narva is the country's third largest after Tallinn and Tartu. People settled in the area from the 5th to 4th millennium BC, as witnessed by the archeological traces of the Narva culture , named after the city. According to historians, this name derives from the name of Narva or Narva River and indicates that a frequently used trade route went through Narva, although there is no evidence of the existence of a trading settlement at the time. Narva's favorable location at the intersection of both trade routes and the Narva River was behind the founding of Narva castle and the subsequent development of the castle's surrounding urban settlement. The castle was founded during the Danish rule of northern Estonia in the second half of the 13th century; the earliest written record of the castle is from
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