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HAEMUS published “The Modernist Architecture of Skopje” guidebook

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The devastating earthquake struck Skopje at 05:17 AM, on 26.07.1963. Although it suffered a disaster, Skopje received a tremendous human and financial assistance by eighty eight countries worldwide. The city was completely reconstructed and it became the pride of brotherhood and unity of Yugoslavia at that time, and a symbol of global solidarity. After the earthquake, Skopje experienced an...

Cultural heritage needs digital visualization

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As an organization that deals professionally in the field of cultural heritage, we need a digital visualization of our work. For this reason, in addition to the basic HAEMUS's website which is quite extensive due to the wide range of our work, we have several other websites dedicated to the presentation and promotion of heritage. This includes our two brands:...

HAEMUS part of the Shared cultural heritage, factor for intercultural dialogue in the Balkans debate

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Vasilka Dimitrovska, the director of HAEMUS took part as a panelist at the event that occurred on 22nd December at 10 AM. The Regional Forum “Remembrance and intercultural dialogue” was an online event organized by the ALDA – European Association for Local Democracy – Skopje in cooperation with the Balkan Network for Local Democracy. The Forum gathered representatives of...

Creative industry trainings about the e-entrepreneurship

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In the period between 01-10.12.2020 HAEMUS organized trainings for e-entrepreneurship in the field of creative industries. The main goal of this project was concrete and practical education, as well as raising awareness of the opportunities offered with the help of the digital economy. The central focus of the project were the workshops methodologically designed to cover the most basic...

HAEMUS part of the ‘Europe’s Culture – close to you’ campaign

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This summer, European Commission launched the social media campaign ‘Europe’s Culture – close to you’. The aim of the campaign is to encourage Europeans to re-discover the beauty and richness of destinations close to their homes, in a safe and sustainable way. The campaign is backed up by digital resources, including the new Re-open EU interactive map. The main...

Martinki custom – Saving intangible heritage through interpretation

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The project Grandma March Day shows how we can manage, visualize, interpret, promote and save Macedonian intangible heritage. Grandma March Day is a Balkan tradition of exchanging handmade amulets. During the celebration on 1 March, people give as a present typical red and white tassels, pom-poms or knitted (braided) bracelets to their loved ones, wishing them health, love, luck and...