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Presented cultural route of Zadar County

first_imgBožidar Longin The mentioned project was applied for an open call from the Operational Program, while the project holder is Zadar County, and the partners are the cities of Benkovac, Pag and Nin and the Homeland Museum Benkovac. The total value of the project is HRK 5,23 million, of which the amount of HRK 3,75 million was co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund. The main goal of the project is to contribute to the sustainable socio-economic development of Zadar County by valorizing the cultural heritage and its integration with the cultural and tourist offer of the destination in order to encourage the development of small and medium enterprises and employment growth. The Zadar County project called “Cultural Route on the Roads of the Liburnian, Roman and Croatian Heritage of Zadar County” was presented at the initial conference at the Rector’s Palace in Zadar. Tomislava Gregov, project leader, pointed out the connection between Liburnian, Roman and Croatian culture, which followed each other following the developmental periods of civilization – Prehistory, Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the New Age. It also represents the backbone of the integrated cultural route program, which includes three cultural assets that have not been the subject of any integrated program so far. An integrated development program based on the restoration of cultural heritage called “Cultural route of the Liburnian, Roman and Croatian heritage” will be implemented in Zadar County, integrating cultural and tourist offer of coastal destinations with rural areas creating a unique cultural and tourist product with the strategic goal of extending cultural heritage. tourists in the Zadar County and with the aim of creating a tourist experience that will ensure an increase in consumption and create a satisfactory positive image of the destination. Marko Mašina from the Administrative Department for Economy, Tourism, Infrastructure and EU Funds of Zadar County presented the cultural route itself, which includes a tour and interpretation of the three cities. In Benkovac, the project is investing in Kaštel Benković with the local museum, while the program also includes the archeological site Asseria. As far as Nina is concerned, the project is arranging documentation for the construction of a protective pavilion above the archeological remains of Roman urban villas. On Pag, on the other hand, investments are being made in the cultural property of the Church of the Assumption of Mary with the monastery in Stari Pag. The Zadar County Tourist Board will be involved in its implementation and promotion of the program on the market, which in cooperation with the Benkovac Tourist Board, Nin Tourist Board and Pag Tourist Board will promote the cultural route and coordinate the organization of cultural programs defined by the Integrated Program. The County Prefect of Zadar, Božidar Longin, pointed out the richness of the cultural heritage of Zadar County, but also the project of the cultural route itself as an example of a new tourist offer through the valorization of cultural heritage. He also stressed the importance of integrating cultural heritage with the cultural and tourist offer of the destination in order to strengthen small and medium enterprises and employment growth. “This project will be a contribution to the sustainable socio-economic development of our county. It has long been clear to all of us that clean sea, beautiful nature and favorable climate are not enough to attract guests. Today’s tourists are looking for above all – an experience. We need to find a way to satisfy their curiosity, because only then can we be competitive in the sea of ​​offers of other destinations. Through this project, our cities will renew parts of their heritage and create new spaces in which it will be possible to create new, attractive facilities for guests.”Longin said. Marko Mašina Tomislava Gregovlast_img read more


P1.3M lost to ‘robbers’

first_imgThe cash was intended for the salaryof the employees of the cooperative, police said. Officers of the Sagay City policestation conducted a manhunt operation against the suspects, who fled after theincident./PN BACOLOD City – Cash amounting toP1,300,000 was lost in a robbery incident in Barangay Paraiso, Sagay City,Negros Occidental.        center_img Armed with a gun, twomotorcycle-riding suspects who were only identified as certain “Toto” and“Kadong” allegedly grabbed the bag containing the cash from KabuhayanMulti-Purpose Cooperative cashier Rosalie Toralba and 27-year-old driver ReyPajarito Jr. around 6:45 p.m. on Thursday, a police report showed.last_img


Ireland waiting on key duo

first_img O’Driscoll and Sexton are struggling with respective calf and hamstring problems and are rated doubtful for Sunday’s Aviva Stadium showdown with the All Blacks. Forwards coach John Plumtree insists time is on the duo’s side as they seek to recover for Ireland’s final match of the year. “We were very average against Australia and we’re very disappointed with that performance. We scrummed poorly,” Plumtree said. “We conceded a soft try from their drive which the boys are fuming at. “We knew it was coming, but we didn’t execute the plan we had in place, which makes it doubly irritating. “There’s been an extra edge in the forwards this week and there has to be. “We’re playing against probably the best side in the world and the pack needs to front up big time. “As a pack New Zealand are the ultimate test. It doesn’t get any tougher than this and we were irritated with our performance last week.” Brian O’Driscoll and Jonathan Sexton missed training on Wednesday but Ireland remain hopeful they will be passed fit for the climax to the Guinness Series against New Zealand. “It’s hard to say if they’ll be available. The nice thing is that we’ve got a long turnaround this week,” Plumtree said. “It’s only Wednesday, so they’ve got a day off on Thursday and then come in on Friday. “We’ve got that extra day which is great and hopefully by the time they come in on Friday they’ll be feeling a lot better.” O’Driscoll’s absence would be a bitter pill to swallow for both player and country given it will be his last chance to play New Zealand before retiring at the end of the season. There was more promising news over the availability of full-back Rob Kearney, who was able to train on Wednesday as he continues his rehabilitation from a rib problem. “Rob trained all right. I’m not sure how he’s feeling afterwards, but he took part full in the session, which was good. I’m sure he’ll be all right,” Plumtree said. The British and Irish Lions trio played in Saturday’s 32-15 defeat by Australia, a bitterly disappointing result and performance that saw Ireland beaten 4-0 on the try count. Plumtree was angry with the display of his pack and warned them a substantial improvement is required if they are to compete with the All Blacks. Press Associationlast_img read more