The multilayer complex of historical and socio-cultural aspects of the 17+1 mechanism countries merit further research. While historically there is a significant although patchy cultural exchange and cooperation, the countries of the 17+1 mechanism in[…]
On Sunday, 22 March, Zagreb was shaken by 5,3-magnitude (VII) earthquake. This event affected many of the heritage institutions: museums, archives, libraries, and restoration facilities. It further added to the effects of the recent pandemic-curbing measures[…]
Artist Krešimir Rajki of InK has organized an amazing exhibition advocating for visibility and support to our young friends in need, butterfly-children. The exhibition seeks to increase visibility, and call for deeper understanding and wider support for[…]
The two beach cabins at the seaside of Elefsina, Greece, are possibly the last traces of how local people some 70 years ago used to savor this lavish land and the sea. But if you[…]
In the South African autumn, I took a day of driving and walking around the Cape Peninsula, encountering elands, baboons, and other wildlife.
Today we know that Iceland is one of the youngest countries – geologically. Also, it is one of the most sparsely populated countries, and one with the highest standard of human rights in the world.
The Robberg Nature Reserve is situated and enclosed on the Robberg Peninsula in South Africa.
Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture is an ambitious and courageous project of community transformation and development, reclaiming the regional title of the Port of Diversity.
In the period November 10 to December 7, 2019, Joe Hancock of the UK-based Burn the Curtain – South West Interactive Promenade Theatre Company has visited Croatia and Slovenia. In the period November 10 to[…]
This Friday 13 of December 2019 @ Zagreb may just as well be long remembered! And, for good. The City of Zagreb Disaster Risk Management Office organized a conference Protection of Zagreb’s cultural heritage in crisis,[…]