The 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.
In an incident that highlights how the pandemic has heightened economic disparities, a woman in Jombang, East Java, has resorted to selling her goat in order to buy a mobile phone for her children’s online learning.Karlik, a 41-year-old housewife from Marmoyo village in Kabuh district, bought the phone for Rp 1.5 million (US$102.73). “All lessons have been held online ever since the coronavirus [outbreak]. I had to sell the goat and use my children’s savings to buy a cellphone,” Karlik said on Wednesday as quoted by kompas.com.Karlik’s children also have to go to a neighbor’s house to be able to participate in online learning, since her house does not have internet coverage.Karlik said that she and her husband previously never considered buying a cellphone since internet reception was limited in her village.Read also: Teachers, activists decry educational disparities exacerbated by outbreak “We hope that schools will reopen soon. Studying online is very difficult here since there is no internet coverage,” she said. Marmoyo village secretary Sumandi said that online learning was not efficient for students in his village due to the poor internet.Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, only a few villagers possessed mobile phones, he said.A 2019 report issued by global mobile communications organization GSMA demonstrated there was a wide digital gap between people living in urban and rural areas. About 45 percent of Indonesians live in rural areas. (dpk)Topics :
New Barcelona signing Matheus Fernandes has been speaking in his native Brazil about his future at the club, and he’s hitting all the right notes.Advertisement Read Also: UEFA open to seasons ending early due to COVID-19He will have his work cut out finding space in that position in a Barcelona team that is already well stocked there. He admits in the same interview that returning to Valladolid, where he’s been on loan, may be necessary.Long term, it may well be one of his idols he’s replacing. Sergio Busquets has slowed down dramatically in recent seasons, and is surely just a year or two away from being moved on, despite his immense historical importance to the team.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The midfielder was asked about his idols in the game, the players whose style he most looked towards, and he named two touchstones of the Catalan club in a way that will earn him plenty of credit with the fans: “I like Sergio Busquets’ way of playing a lot and I always noticed him, Xavi too. I’m going to try to do my best to be able to get closer to the level of these great players, knowing that I still have a lot to learn,” Fernandes said in quotes picked up by Goal.com Loading… Promoted Content6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneReal World Archaeological Finds That Would Stump Indiana JonesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers10 Popular Asian Actresses That Look Irresistible