European Capital of Culture 2024

Narva is a candidate for the European Capital of Culture 2024 together with the Virumaa region of Estonia.

Narva can become the European Capital of Culture in 2024. Whole Virumaa region has joined forces to support the candidacy. The decision to run for the title of European Capital of Culture 2024 was announced on 23rd January 2018. The candidacy and preparation period of six years will offer a unique opportunity to create a comprehensive strategy for Narva and the whole region combining all different spheres of life. The process of candidacy creates an opportunity to rethink the development and regeneration of the region not just for the year of the title but for a whole decade.

This page informs you about the candidacy of Narva as European Capital of Culture 2024.

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European Capital of Culture in 2024

The title of the European Capital of Culture will be issued in 1985. Every year, there are two European Capital of Culture in Europe. In 2011, the European Capital of Culture was Tallinn.

The aim of the Capital of Culture is to demonstrate the diversity of European cultures, common features, increase the sense of belonging of European citizens to a single cultural space and contribute to the development of cities through culture.

Events

10
August
24
August
Narva-Jõesuu, Noorus Spa Hotelli rand
21
September
Narva, Kreenholm