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The Dome Cathedral of Tartu
Estonia

Tartu Cathedral, earlier also known as Dorpat Cathedral is one of the landmarks of the Estonian city of Tartu (Dorpat). The building is now an imposing ruin overlooking the lower town. In the small part of it that has been renovated is now located the museum of the University of Tartu, which the university also uses for major receptions.

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