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- Eduard Aule (1878-1947) - Minister of Nutrition, Chairman of the Bank of Estonia, MP
- Oskar Amberg (1878–1963) - Minister of Labour and Welfare, Minister of War and Minister of Roads, MP
- Paul Borkmann (1891-1936) - Colonel
- Ernst Enno (1875–1934) - Poet and writer
- Gustav Jonson (1880–1942), military commander
- Juhan Kukk (1885–1942), politician (later joined Student Society Liivika)
- Karl Ipsberg (1870–1943), politician and engineer
- Karl Selter (1898–1958), jurist, diplomat and politician
- Edgar-Johan Kuusik (1888–1974), architect
- Edgar Valter Saks (1910–1984), politician, historian and authour
- Tõnis Kint (1896–1991), politician
- Harry Männil (1920–2010), businessman
- Roman Toi (born 1916), composer, conductor and organist
Close places of interest
Tartu Toy Museum (0.16 km)Tartu Toy Museum (Tartu Mänguasjamuuseum) is the biggest toy museum in the Baltic States, located in Tartu, Estonia. It displays over 5000 toys from its vast collection and has several interactive toys for the visitors to try out, as well as a playroom for children. In 2005 the film puppets exhibition was opened in the courtyard house, exhibiting film puppets made in Estonia over the last 50 years, props and sketches of animated movies. Tartu Toy Museum was founded in 1994 and since 2004 is located in one of the oldest wooden buildings (dating from the 1770s) in Tartu, on Lutsu Street.
University of Tartu Botanical Gardens (0.17 km)The University of Tartu Botanical Gardens, is a botanical garden in Tartu, Estonia. It belongs to the University of Tartu. The Garden was established in 1803. Originally, it was located at Vanemuise street near what is now the Vanemuine Small Theatre House. In 1806, the garden was relocated to a more suitable site, on a former bastion at Lai street on the northern side of the old town.
Hugo Treffner Gymnasium (0.17 km)Hugo Treffner Gymnasium (abbreviated as HTG) is a secondary school in Tartu, Estonia with special emphasis on science education. Founded by Hugo Treffner, it was the only large secondary school in 19th century Estonia with dominantly Estonian students and no age restrictions. During the Estonian national awakening, the school greatly contributed to the numbers of Estonian intellectuals. History The school was founded in 1883 by Hugo Treffner, who also was the first headmaster (1883–1912).
Tartu Art School (0.29 km)Tartu Art School is an upper secondary vocational art school in the city of Tartu, Estonia. TAS provides study programs for aspiring decorator-stylists (interior designers), print media designer-desktop publishers, 3D-modellers and illustrators. History The history of Tartu Art School is closely linked to the Tartu National Art Institute and therefore to the influential Pallas art school which was renamed as Konrad Mägi's Higher State School of Art in the early Soviet era. In 1944 the school adopted the name National Art Institute of Tartu.
Raudsild (0.32 km)Raudsild (Iron Bridge) was a footbridge across Emajõgi in Tartu, Estonia, which was opened on 3 June 1993, and dismantled again in 2007. The pedestrian bridge had a minor design flaw, which made it gyrate noticeably at even minor impacts, like a normal sized person jumping or running across it. The bridge was taken apart in 2007 to be replaced by Vabaduse Bridge, a 3-lane traffic bridge opened in the summer of 2009. The bridge will eventually be moved upstream and re-assembled for pedestrian traffic. As of spring 2011, no action has been taken in this regards.
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