Posts Tagged ‘Balkan’

  • HAEMUS part of the RCC Triple P Focus Group about heritage tourism management

    on Nov 20, 18 • in Cultural heritage, Management, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Tourism, Workshop • with Comments Off on HAEMUS part of the RCC Triple P Focus Group about heritage tourism management

    The team of HAEMUS was a part of the second Focus Group meeting organised by the RCC’ Tourism Development and Promotion Project that held in Podgorica on 14 November 2018. The aim of the meeting was to present, discuss and fine tune the rationale, mission and vision of the newly developed concept for a joint regional umbrella identity dubbed “Western Balkans – Crossroads of Civilizations”, which also includes criteria for the inclusion of the cultural heritage sites and monuments into the regional cultural itineraries. Focus Group meetings are held prior to the Tourism Expert Group (TEG) meetings

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  • HAEMUS Instagram feed

    on Jul 19, 16 • in Cultural heritage, Culture, intangible heritage, Internet, Management, Natural heritage, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on HAEMUS Instagram feed

    We’ve been running HAEMUS as a center for scientific research and promotion of culture almost 4 years.  During this time we have organized a lot of events, seminars, workshops, conferences, public lectures and educational tours.  Most of our friends, colleagues, partners as well as the clients always commented the following: since people are more visual than textual, we could gain more followers and popularity of our work by creating an Instagram account. A photo posted by HAEMUS (@haemus_org) on Jul 17, 2016 at 3:00am PDT HAEMUS Instagram We are aware that Instagram boasts 15 times more engagement than Facebook, Twitter

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  • Archaeological Site of Philippi inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site

    on Jul 17, 16 • in Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Antiquty, Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Greece, Hellenistic period, News, Tourism, UNESCO • with Comments Off on Archaeological Site of Philippi inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Archaeological Site of Philippi on 17. July 2016 was inscribed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The remains of this walled city lie at the foot of an acropolis in the present-day region of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace, on the ancient route linking Europe and Asia, the Via Egnatia. Founded in 356 BC by the Macedonian King Philip II, the city developed as a “small Rome” with the establishment of the Roman Empire in the decades following the Battle of Philippi, in 42 BCE. The Hellenistic theatre and funerary heroon (temple) were supplemented with Roman

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  • Student conference on Balkan archaeology in Sofia (2016)

    on May 10, 16 • in Archaeology, Bulgaria, Conference, News • with Comments Off on Student conference on Balkan archaeology in Sofia (2016)

    The Department of Archaeology of Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski and the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences jointly organize an international doctoral student conference. It will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria from 17 to 20 November 2016. The conference topic this year is Balkan Archaeology. Our goal is to facilitate working contacts between the youngest researchers of Balkan past. Presentations will be grouped in three sections: Prehistory, Classical Archaeology, and Mediaeval Archaeology. All doctoral students of archaeology working in this field are welcome. We recommend that participants discuss the subjects

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  • Video: Goce Naumov – The Neolithic Figurines and Anthropomorphic House Models in the Republic of Macedonia

    on Dec 8, 15 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Conference, Ethnography, Etnology, Neolithic, News, Our Activity, Prehistory, Republic of Macedonia, Technology • with Comments Off on Video: Goce Naumov – The Neolithic Figurines and Anthropomorphic House Models in the Republic of Macedonia

    Goce Naumov (Euro Balkan University, Skopje) Of Miniatures and Hybrids: The Neolithic Figurines and Anthropomorphic House Models in the Republic of Macedonia The figurines and anthropomorphic ceramic hybrids in the Balkan Neolithic were often over generalized in the archaeological interpretation. Mostly, they were identified with a pantheon of goddesses or recently as anonymous individuals representing the Neolithic perception of human body. Obviously these two directions of interpretation are not convincing and generally are based on data not studied thoroughly. They are essentially established on assumptions inspired only by the published images of artifacts and not

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  • HAEMUS and the First World War in the Balkans (exhibition)

    on Dec 7, 15 • in Archaeology, Cultural heritage, Education, Exhibition, History, Modern history, Museum, Our Activity, Photo, Republic of Macedonia, Romania, WW I • with Comments Off on HAEMUS and the First World War in the Balkans (exhibition)

    On November 25, 2015, the exhibition dedicated to the First World War in the Balkans was opened at the Muzeul Judetean Buzau/ Buzau County Museum. The exhibition was organized in collaboration with the French Embassy in Romania, 2nd Infantry Division Getica, French Cultural Institute of the Republic of Macedonia, Marshal Alexandru Averescu Foundation, French Cultural Centre of Buzau and HAEMUS – Center for scientific research and promotion of the culture (Republic of Macedonia). Along with the reception by the French Embassy representatives, a mini-recital performed by students Hair Valley Secondary School took place at this

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