|The Tartu Art Museum by night and day|
Tartu is the second largest city in Estonia after the gorgeous capital, Tallinn, and it's a great place to visit because it's a university town, full of life and vibe. Beyond the leaning art gallery, there is the famous (well, famous in Estonian terms) statue of two students kissing - it's become the symbol of the town, and a pretty joyous symbol it is!
But my favourite part of Tartu was exploring the old student prison in the University of Tartu. Going back many decades the lock-up was used to punish students who had committed various "university"-style crimes - including not returning library books on time! When I saw this small cell and the crimes that could land you there, I was rather grateful that my university days came too late, because I definitely would have landed in the lock-up.