Ago Gaškov, ERR

The facade of the new study building at the University of Tartu, Narva College, is ready and there is an impression of a rising house in the border town, students and staff can move in late August.

The Narva City Hall Square, designed by architects Katrin Koovi, Indrek Peil and Siiri Vallner, has a front wall, which is reminiscent of a gypsum mold of the stock building faced by the Town Hall.

"The intricate elements, the shapes are complex, is that it imitates the baroque façade in a negative, which was the desire of architects.

The white cement produced in Denmark has been used for making concrete and white aggregate from Finland has been used as a filler.

"The old town of Narva was defeated on March 6, 1944, so there is not much more to be ruined here," said Raik.

Despite the many controversy, Narva has taken over the new building. There have already been urban proxies. One of them argues that during the war, the Estonian government will move to the college, or the cellar of the former stock exchange building.