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  • HAEMUS signs a cooperation agreement with ‘Ursus speleos’

    on Jun 11, 13 • in Archaeology, Management, Mesolithic, News, Our Activity, Paleolithic, Prehistory, Republic of Macedonia, Speleology, Tourism • with Comments Off on HAEMUS signs a cooperation agreement with ‘Ursus speleos’

    On 09.06.2013, HAEMUS and ‘Ursus spelaeus‘ signed an agreement for scientific and fieldwork collaboration. ‘Ursus speleos‘ is a society professionally engaged with exploring, protecting and promoting of the Karst forms, caves and speleology in general in the Republic of Macedonia. Since 2011, with a special permission by the Macedonian Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning, ‘Ursus speleos‘ are managing the environments of the village of Slatina in central Macedonia, a speleological landscape with several natural monuments. The society owns the spelaeological home ‘Ursus speleos‘ in the village of Slatina near Makedonski Brod, a structure with

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  • New technology era begins for Kalehöyük Museum

    on Jun 8, 13 • in Archaeology, Architecture, History, Management, Museum, News, Tourism, Turkey • with Comments Off on New technology era begins for Kalehöyük Museum

    The Kalehöyük Archaeology Museum in Kırşehir’s Kaman is turning heads with the installation of new technology. Visitors will be able to see 3D images and hear information in three languages The Kalehöyük Museum will be presenting its artifacts with 3D visuals and three languages thanks to a new development at the facility, “The place where technology meets: Kaman Kalehöyük Archeology Museum.” Speaking to Anatolia news agency, Kırşehir Gov. Özdemir Çakacak said the Ahiler Development Agency had supported the project, adding that it was expected to be one of the most important projects for the museum

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  • In Croatia, a rich history and a bright future merge

    on Jun 4, 13 • in Architecture, Croatia, Cultural heritage, Culture, History, Management, Museum, News, Tourism • with Comments Off on In Croatia, a rich history and a bright future merge

      When many people think of Croatia, if they think of it at all, they still picture a battle-scarred slice of erstwhile Yugoslavia. Yet the Croatian War of Independence, which saw Croats face off against Serb-led forces, was 20 years ago. Now that Croatia has achieved sovereignty and returned to peace — the nation will join the European Union on July 1 — it is emerging as a hot spot for tourists eager to discover its stunning Dalmatian Coast and museum-packed capital. Bordered by Slovenia and Hungary in the north, Serbia in the east, Bosnia

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  • Italians and Turks to cooperate on Hierapolis

    on May 29, 13 • in Archaeology, Cultural heritage, Excavation, News, Tourism, Turkey • with Comments Off on Italians and Turks to cooperate on Hierapolis

    Turkish archaeologists will be working in Denizli’s ancient city of Hierapolis 12 months a year while Italians, who have been working there for 56 years, will be working two months only annually Pamukkale University will be working with the Italian team of archaeologists that has been working in the ancient city of Hierapolis in the Aegean province of Denizli. The Italian team has been at the focus of discussions for two years because of claims that excavations were moving too slowly in the area. While the Italian team has been carrying out excavations and restoration

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  • Archaeology strains German-Turkish relations

    on May 14, 13 • in Archaeology, Cultural heritage, News, Politics, Tourism, Turkey • with Comments Off on Archaeology strains German-Turkish relations

    An argument between Germany and Turkey about ancient treasures is escalating. Turkey wants its treasures back, but German archaeologists say Turkish sites are being exploited for tourism. Archaeology often has a lot to do with politics – the current argument between Germany and Turkey is a prime example. Hermann Parzinger, head of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, last December accused Turkey of displaying “almost chauvinistic behavior.” In reply, the Turkish culture minister Ömer Celik told German news magazine “Der Spiegel” that he demanded an apology, and he asked for five ancient objects to be returned

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  • HAEMUS organizes an educational tour for the International Museum Day 2013

    on May 12, 13 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Cultural heritage, Culture, Etnology, History, Museum, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Tourism • with Comments Off on HAEMUS organizes an educational tour for the International Museum Day 2013

    HAEMUS аnd the City Museum of Kratovo with the support of Arbotravel, for the International Museum Day 2013, organize an educational tour: Searching for the secrets of the medieval mining in Macedonia. The tour will take place on 19.05.2013 More info about the tour at the official Facebook page created for this event

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