How to get to Tartu Vangla in Tartu by Bus


Directions to Tartu Vangla (Tartu) with public transportation

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What are the closest stations to Tartu Vangla?

  • The closest stations to Tartu Vangla are:
    • Vangla is 662 meters away, 9 min walk
    • Turu Ring is 1022 meters away, 14 min walk
    • Sepa Turg is 1124 meters away, 15 min walk

Which Bus lines stop near Tartu Vangla?

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Bus and other options are relevant public transportation alternatives that may be used to reach your destination. The following transit lines have routes that pass near Tartu Vangla - Bus: 28, 4, 6.

Looking for a stop close to your destination? Try these transit alternatives: Vangla; Turu Ring; Sepa Turg.

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Tartu Vangla, Tartu
Tartu Vangla, Tartu Tartu Vangla is a prison located at the Tartu suburbs of Ropka industrial district in Estonia. The prison was designed by Architect Kalle Glad, EstKONSULT and constructed by Skanska EMV. The prison was founded in 2000 with first immates arriving on 16 October 2002. The prison's total cost is €423 million, of which €365.8 million was construction costs. The total area is 93,763 m2. Construction began after Parliament approved of a €13,500,000 loan from Nordic Investment Bank. In 2007, a drug free center was opened in the prison. That same year the prison received an award from the World Health Organisation for its HIV-themed project. The prison holds several war criminals including Milan Martić and Milan Lukić.
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