Construction of a snow city in Tartu's Kesk Park was completed this week and was built using 40 truckloads of snow.
The idea to create a snow city started with Tartu City Government and Tartu Kaubamaja, who are co-financing the associated costs.
Students and employees from Pallas University of Applied Sciences, the Baltic Defence College and volunteers help complete the project.
"The snow city, which is largely the result of volunteer work, is undoubtedly a very cool gift for the local community. Many thanks to all of the partners who came up with the idea and made an important contribution to the construction of the snow city," added Deputy Mayor Raimond Tamm (Reform), who coordinated the cooperation of various parties.
Construction of the snow city began on Tuesday and a total of 40 truckloads of snow-white building materials were transported for the snow city from the old airport at Raadi.
Editor: Helen Wright