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University of Tartu

The University of Tartu, or Academia Dorpatensis was founded 1632 in Tartu, Estonia. It was the second university founded in Sweden, following Uppsala University in 1477. A precursor to the academy was a Jesuit grammar school, existing between 1583 and 1601 when the city was under Polish rule.

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