From the Media - Part 40

posted by mh on 2006/04/07 17:11

[ From the Media ]

In the central Bosnian town of Jajce - where these days also a nomination for the UNESCO world heritage list is filed [1] - multilanguage signage with descriptions of historic monuments haven been put up within a British Council project entitled "Cultural Heritage - Royal Trail" [in the Bosnian translation alternatively "Path of Kings"]. The British Council has also funded the restoration of Krslakova kuca, a national monument which will be used as a workshop for the "first international school of old construction crafts" in Sarajevo, as well as a regional cultural heritage conference previously announced with the somewhat amusing title "Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder". The program of this conference, which took place in Jajce last week, can be found here.



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