Cherepovets is a major industrial centre in Northwest Russia. The foundation of the economic potential of Cherepovets is the enterprises of ferrous metallurgy and the chemical complex. Present-day Cherepovets is the industrial center of the Vologda Oblast: its economy determines the socio-economic position of the entire region (about 80% of the Oblast's export comes from Cherepovets).
The City of Helsinki is the capital city of Finland with approximately 656 000 inhabitants. It seeks to create the best conditions possible for urban life for its residents and for visitors by aiming to be the world’s most functional city. A functional city means concrete actions and choices that make everyday life smoother for residents. Each resident – whether young, old or functionally impaired – has the opportunities to lead a quality and eventful life and to receive the support and services needed for all stages in life.
Jelgava Local Municipality (JLM) is located in the very heart of Latvia in Zemgale region. It borders with Republic of Lithuania in the south. It has favorable geographical location – 42 km from Capital City Riga and it surrounds the 4th largest city in Latvia with national importance – Jelgava.
Number of inhabitants – 22021 (01.01.2021.)
Klaipėda is the third largest city in Lithuania with approximately 149 000 inhabitants. It is located on the coast of the Baltic Sea, 311 km north west of the capital Vilnius, and the only sea port in the country. Klaipėda is one of the main Lithuanian economic centres and a very important transit hub. In 2011, Klaipėda became a member of the WHO European Healthy Cities network.
City of Poznań is one of the biggest cities in Poland with over 500, 000 habitants. Located between two capital cities – Warsaw and Berlin – it ccombines western style and eastern energy.
The picturesque capital of Wielkopolska province is today a major economic, commercial, scientific, cultural and tourism hub in Western Poland; it’s home to the country’s most important trade-fair complex and possibly the most spectacular town hall you’ll ever see.
Pskov is one of the most ancient cities in Russia located in the north-west of the country. The region is unique in its location since it borders on three states at once: Latvia, Estonia and the Republic of Belarus. The access to Baltic Sea ports and foreign markets makes the economic and geographical location of the region favorable and allows it to participate in the integration processes of interregional and international cooperation.
Suwałki is a city situated in Poland in Podlaskie Voivodeship in north-eastern Poland, on the Czarna Hańcza river, in proximity to the borders with Lithuania, the Russian Federation and Belarus.
Suwałki is a city with district rights, the seat of the rural district and community. The city covers an area of 65.5 sq. km and is inhabited by around 70 thousand citizens. It is the second, after Białystok, largest city of the Podlaskie Voivodeship.
Tartu is the second biggest town in Estonia, with approximately 100,000 inhabitants. It is a Smart City with active and creative people. Situated in the valley of River Emajõgi it provides citizens with the opportunity to experience the joy of water-related activities and nice walks along the river. Parks, bike roads, and sport grounds all over the town all invite citizens to be physically active.
Turku is the oldest city in Finland. The former capital of the country was founded in 1229. It is located in southwestern Finland, by the river Aura on the shores of the Baltic Sea. There are around 194,000 residents in Turku. The versatile life, top-class selection of education, culture, and wellbeing services, as well as the beautiful archipelago, form a magnetic combination in Turku.