A virtual museum of industrial heritage of Ivanić-Grad is opening

first_imgThe industrial heritage of Ivanić-Grad in the context of wider Moslavina industrial development in Sisak and Kutina has predispositions for inclusion on European routes of industrial heritage (European routes of Industrial Heritage) so that its development and features can be observed in the European context. Find out more details about the virtual museum of industrial heritage of Ivanić-Grad HERE The project also wants to sensitize the local population to this topic in order to raise awareness of the importance of valorization of industrial heritage. Furthermore, this research opens space for reflection on models of interpretation of industrial heritage, education, promotion, sustainable management, and use in cultural tourism programs. Ivanić-Grad joins other Croatian cities (Sisak, Rijeka, Karlovac, Zagreb, Labin…) that research and present industrial heritage. “The research of the industrial heritage of Ivanić-Grad is of exceptional importance for the local community because for the first time we want to systematically research the development of industry in this area from the end of the 19th century and throughout the 20th century. ” stand out from the Friends of Heritage Association. Photo: Friends of Heritage Association The goal of the project is digitalization and modern interpretation of the rich industrial heritage of the city and inclusion on the European route of industrial heritage, point out the Association of Friends of Heritage, which implements the project “Industrial Heritage Ivanić-Grad” which opens the Virtual Museum of Industrial Heritage Ivanić-Grad. The Friends of Heritage Association announces that next year they plan to continue researching industrial materials and the possibility of interpreting industrial heritage, creating thematic tours for visitors to the city, interactive workshops for children and other modern educational content. Namely, a virtual museum of industrial heritage of Ivanić-Grad will open in Ivanić-Grad on Monday. last_img read more

Cairns’ Goldsborough gives families and retirees the Aussie dream

first_imgThe Mulgrave River at Upper Goldsborough is just one of the suburb’s drawcards.GOLDSBOROUGH is the perfect southern suburb for families and couples wanting to live the acreage dream. Cairns Property Office South principal Robyn Hawley-Whitton said the suburb had been rolled out stage by stage, and each stage was snapped up by owners with a vision for their lifestyles. “It’s the big Australian country dream,” Ms Hawley-Whitton said. “People want more space to get away from the small blocks of town. People who live here have a dream to move onto acreage. “The men want their sheds, and they know that you need a fairly large block of land to have a fairly large shed on it.” Ms Hawley-Whitton said there were two distinct buyers in the area. “It’s highly sought after by people who are looking for more room,” she said. “There are a lot of people who own here who work away from Cairns and want to retire to Goldsborough in a few years. A lot of people use it as an investment in the time in between. “There are also owners who are onto their second or third homes and are looking for a sizeable acreage. More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago“The properties here sell very quickly and the median price has risen very quickly.” She said Goldsborough’s proximity to Gordonvale meant it was very easy to get into town. “It takes about 35 minutes to get to the Cairns CBD,” she said. “There will be an upgrade to the Bruce Highway so that it’s four lanes outside of Goldsborough, which will make it an even faster journey into town.” Ms Hawley-Whitton said the views were “absolutely spectacular” over the surrounding hills and land, which was once covered in cane. “It’s a fairly affordable area compared to other parts of Cairns,” she said. “It’s close to very good schools and the area is prepared for a lot more infrastructure, including a Woolworths at Gordonvale, very shortly. “Compared to other parts of Cairns it has a very low crime rate, which is something people are looking for increasingly.”last_img read more

Coronavirus: UEFA postpone Euro 2020 playoffs, UCL,  Europa  games indefinitely

first_imgEuro 2020 play-off ties featuring Watford defender Craig Cathcart’s Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland have been indefinitely postponed. Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Of The Best Places Around The World To Go StargazingA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Big Actors Who Started Off With A Part In A Soap Opera The semi-final and final ties, originally due to be played last month, had been pushed back until June due to the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Europe. However, with the situation still worsening in many parts of the continent the decision has been taken to delay the matches indefinitely. The play-offs will determine the final four participants at Euro 2020, which will now not start until June 11, 2021. Northern Ireland are due to face Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Republic are up against Slovakia while Scotland will take on Israel. UEFA also announced following a video conference with its national member associations that Women’s Euro qualifiers and other international friendlies scheduled for June had also been postponed, leaving the path clear for 2019-20 domestic league matches to be played if conditions allow by then. All UEFA competitions, including the Champions League and Europa League, are indefinitely postponed but that comes as no surprise with the finals of both competitions called off with no new dates yet allocated. It is understood the national associations were presented with a variety of options for the resumption of domestic league action by a fixtures working group during the call, but no decision was made because it remains very difficult to predict how long the disruption will last. In the event that the resumption of domestic football is severely delayed, it is thought it would take precedence over European competition. The UEFA executive committee has also decided to suspend certain aspects of club licensing provisions due to the “increasing uncertainty generated by the ongoing extraordinary events”. These include the requirement to provide the preparation and assessment of clubs’ future financial information. Read Also:UEFA to meet to debate options for ravaged football fixture calendar The UEFA statement read: “The executive committee reiterated its full commitment to club licensing and financial fair play and agreed that the current exceptional circumstances necessitate some specific interventions to facilitate the work of member associations and clubs.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… last_img read more