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Boka Navy is now part of intangible World heritage UNESCO

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UNESCO: Cultural Heritage of Boka Navy Kotor, MONTENEGRO: a festive representation of a memory and cultural identity Inscribed in 2021 (16.COM) on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity Boka Navy is a traditional, non-governmental maritime organization founded in Kotor, Montenegro in A.D. 809. Its origin is linked to

Imagine One World Kimono Project

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On the occasion of the Japanese organization of the thirty-second Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, the project "Imagine one world Kimono" was launched The “Imagine One World Kimono Project” is a Japanese-based venture that shares the beauty of a traditional handmade Japanese kimono. We create unique garments for each of the

Spanjola – Turning fortress into a creative hub

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Turning Spanjola Fortress into a creative hub Turning Spanjola Fortress into a creative hub (Herceg Novi, Montenegro) Montenegro's rich cultural heritage is a part of the country’s unique appeal. Herceg Novi, the city of fortresses and towers – is home to some of the most precious monuments of our history. One of

Bogdanovic, Montenegro’s Minister of Culture at meeting in UNESCO

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Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanovic held a meeting earlier today with representatives of the UNESCO, at its headquarters in Paris. The meeting focused on topics of significance to the world heritage sites in Montenegro, current Government policies of relevance to those areas and ongoing nominations. Assistant Director-General for Culture of UNESCO

European Capitals Of Culture 2020-2033

Between 1985 and 2019, 60 cities have held the title of European Capital of Culture – most recently Matera in Italy and Plovdiv in Bulgaria in 2019. Initiated in 1983, by Greek (then) Minister of Culture, Melina Mercouri, the concept took shape two years later as an inter-governmental initiative under

Montenegro Creative Forum Opened

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Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković opened in Podgorica earlier today a conference titled "Montenegro Creative Forum" by noting that the Government will not save money when it comes to culture, that the Government encourages culture and artists in this area in many ways and that the aim is to

Leeuwarden and Valletta – 2018 European Capitals of Culture

rom January 1st, Leeuwarden (Firesland, the Netherlands) and Valletta (Malta) will hold the title of European Capital of Culture for one year. The opening celebrations for Valletta will take place from 14 to 20 January across the city, inspired by the traditional Maltese festa. In Leeuwarden, celebrations will kick off on 26 and 27 January, with

Protection of cultural heritage in armed conflicts

ultural heritage is vulnerable. Composed of historic buildings, monuments and artefacts of artistic, historic, religious, scientific or technological importance, it contributes to national identities, but can be destroyed in military conflict. The value and rarity of many cultural artefacts exposes them to human greed: they are vulnerable – especially during