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An annual EU event since 1985 To mirror the cultural variety within EU. European Capital of Culture
Umeå targets the capital of culture year in order to: Strengthen the people Strengthen the city Strengthen the culture Strengthen the northern region Strengthen the European collaboration
Culture as a driver for growth A lever towards the municipality’s long-term growth targets – 200.000 inhabitants by the year 2050
Culture as a marketing tour – Caught by [Umeå]
Based on the eight seasons of the Sami people Every season includes: – An opening ceremony – Projects and events – Recurring projects – Festivals The program
Built through co-creation The projects are run by cultural actors, societies, organisations, institutions and private persons The program year
The program will continue to grow and develop on our website: www.umea2014.se
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An annual EU event since 1985 Reflects the cultural diversity within EU. European Capital of Culture.
European Capital of Culture 2020 Candidate
University Umeå University Umeå University is investing in creative environments for study and work. We offer education of the highest quality, world-
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