Valga and Valka to get new tourism centre


Winning design to “functionally and logistically unite” two towns

A competition for the best design of a tourism visitor centre in Valga and Valka, the once divided town that straddles the border between Latvia and Estonia, has ended and the winning design selected. One of the architects – Keiti Kaasik – said to the newspaper Valgamaalane, that the building has been designed to functionally as well as logistically unite the two towns.

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