When you walk to the other side of Toomemägi, you will see a beautiful villa in the German heimat style on the corner of Kastani and Näituse Streets. It is the Neobaltia House built for the Neobaltia Student Fraternity according to the design by R von Engelhardt (1902). The Baltic-German Neobaltia Fraternity was created in 1879. At first, members of the fraternity met in private apartments. They moved into their fraternity house in Kastani Street in 1902. The house is currently used by the Tartu Institute of German Culture.