The University of Tartu is a university in the city of Tartu in Estonia. It is the national university of Estonia, and the only classical university in the country, and also the biggest and most prestigious university in Estonia. It was founded under the name of Academia Gustaviana in 1632 by Baron Johan Skytte, the Governor- General of Swedish Livonia, Ingria and Karelia, with the required ratification provided by his long-time friend and former student – from age 7 –, King Gustavus Adolphus, shortly before the king's death on 6 November in the Battle of Lützen , during the Thirty Years' War .Source: Wikipedia
Who are University of Tartu's Most influential alumni?
University of Tartu's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of . University of Tartu’s most academically influential people include Edvard Bergenheim, Richard Villems, and Linnart Mäll.
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