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NEWSLETTER


April 2022
 

PROTECT OUR COMMON HERITAGE

 

REPORT

IADR on the Place2GO International Touristic Fair

 

IADR was presented at the international touristic fair Place2GO held in Zagreb from 8-10 April 2022. It was a great opportunity for our members to be introduced to the wider public that visited the fair. For two days the public could get information about the Iron Age sites and get acquainted with our members' work.
IADR stand was one of the stands presenting Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe in Croatia and it was fully supported by the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia.
 

 

Presentation of the Early Iron Age princely entourage by Museum of Dolenjska, Novo mesto

REPORT

"Cultural Routes in the Danube Region" Workshop

 

Katalin Wollak, the vice-president of the Iron Age Danube Route Association and Szabolcs Czifra, member of the IADRA's Scientific Committee presented the IADR at the "Cultural Routes in the Danube Region" Workshop on April 26, 2022. The Workshop was a part of the Mobility Action Week, Hungary 25/04/2022 – 04/05/2022, which is held in the scope of the Danube's Archaeological e-Landscapes project.

                               

NEW MEMBERS

Public Institution “Žumberak – Samobor hills Nature Park”


The Nature Park is administered by the Public Institution “Žumberak – Samobor hills Nature Park” established by the decree of the Croatian government on 16th September, 1999.
 
The area of Žumberak and the Samoborsko gorje was designated a protected natural resource – by the Act of the Croatian parliament on 28 May 1999. It stretches over hilly and mountain area of southern slopes of Žumberak Mountain and the Samobor hills on an area of 333 km².  The highest peaks are Sveta Gera at 1178 m and Japetić at 880 m. The Park area stretches in 2 administrative counties - Zagreb and Karlovac counties, 3 towns - Samobor, Jastrebarsko and Ozalj and 3 municipalities Žumberak, Krašić and Klinča Sela.
Among many natural and heritage sites, three are designated as areas of special protection: Landscape of special importance – Slapnica near Krašić, Special woodland reserve – Japetić and Park–forest – Old Town of Okić with its surrounding area.
The Nature Park is, also, home to one of the Iron Age most important sites in Croatia: Budinjak (10th -6th century BC). The site encompasses a large burial mound cemetery and a terraced hillfort. You can visit the site, together with the one from the Roman times in nearby Bratelji (1st -2nd century), by following the Trail of the Princes, a signposted informational- educational trail.
 

 

ANNOUNCEMENT

New arrivals in historic landscapes - Archaeological heritage tourism and smart landscape management in the 21st century


IADR is proud to announce:
“New arrivals in historic landscapes - Archaeological heritage tourism and smart landscape management in the 21st century” conference.
The conference offers a taste of the rich diversity of heritage tourism developments and perspectives in smart landscape management.
The conference is a part of the Mobility Action Week, Hungary 25/04/2022 – 04/05/2022, which is held in the scope of the Danube's Archaeological e-Landscapes project.
Date: 3-4 May 2022 from 9.00 to 17.00
Venue: Hangvilla Multifunctional Community Space,
2 Brusznyai Árpád St, Veszprém, Hungary
Organizers:
Hungarian National Museum
Veszprém-Balaton 2023 European Capital of Culture
Iron Age Danube Route Association
Join us in Veszprém!
More about the event find here.
Registration link is available here.
 


 
 
Don't miss out! Find IADR Event Calendar here!
Join our team
We are looking for new members for our Editor Board!
The Iron Age Danube Association wants to offer new insights into the Iron Age heritage in Europe. The goal of the team is to prepare content for digital and social media.
Would you like to make your work more visible? Please send us information about Iron Age related exhibitions, publications, events and other activities in your region!
For more info and to apply contact ironagedanubeoute@gmail.com.  
 
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