Cultural tourism in Croatia is treated as one of the most promising tourism products, but it is still developing slowly and without any real vision and strategy. For starters, it would certainly be good if the cultural routes were visible somewhere on the internet, well presented, networked with all the relevant information. But as we can see on the official website Association “Tur Kultur”, there is only a white background and a message – Error establishing a database connection. Croatia is among the leading destinations in Europe in the number of protected tangible and intangible cultural assets by UNESCO. And if we know how every tenth guest is motivated to come to Croatia by cultural sights and events, as well as through the prism of quality tourist content, then we can certainly conclude that cultural tourism is one of the important directions of tourism development. CHARLES BONAPARTE: AFTER JESUS CHRIST NAPOLEON IS THE SECOND HISTORICAL PERSON WHO IS MOST RESEARCHED ON THE GOOGLE SEARCH But we can boast of as many as nine European cultural routes that pass through our territory. These are the route of St. Martin, the Route of the Olive Tree, the Route of the Vine, the European Route of Cemeteries, the European Route of Historic Thermal Towns, ATRIUM – Architecture of 20th Century Totalitarian Regimes, Roman Emperors and the Danube Wine Route, Destination Napoleon and the Phoenician Route. If cultural routes are not already visible and live in the field, it would be good to at least “live” online. Obviously a lot more education is needed. “Each workshop or seminar was thematically and geographically determined, ie they concerned the potential of specific routes in each area. In Gospić we held two workshops – Cluster of tourist routes – Designing a tourist product in rural and cultural tourism and Cultural Route Nikola Tesla, in Osijek we talked about the European cultural route of Art Nouveau Réseau Art Nouveau Network, in Karlovac about the European cultural route – Destination Napoleon, and Vukovar on Tourist valorization of cultural and thematic routes. At the workshops, we actively worked on designing new tourist products related to these routes. Of course, with estimates of cost-effectiveness, ie economic effects of all individual routes, and we also opened talks on the possibilities for financing such projects. “, points out the president of the association “Tur Kultur” Dubravka Davidović, who claims that there is great potential in cultural routes and hopes that Croatia will recognize it given that it is at the very top of countries in the number of routes. The association “Tur Kultur”, among other things, has launched an initiative for three new cultural “trails”, such as, for example, the Nikola Tesla route, so we could soon have 12 of them. One of the ways to develop cultural tourism are cultural routes. Thus, more than 57 European cultural routes pass through 30 countries, and about 90 percent of them extend to rural areas. In addition to synergies, they are subject to financing through various EU funds, which opens the possibility of financing the reconstruction of various neglected cultural facilities, and thus their revitalization. Nine European cultural routes pass through Croatia Cultural tourism is a branch that has a huge potential in Croatia, especially because of our incredibly rich history, diversity and authenticity. In addition to enriching the tourist offer and creating much-needed quality content, cultural routes are also an opportunity for the specialization of tourist guides. In any case, cultural routes are a great complement and need to be developed more and more. But one thing is form, and content is quite another. Regardless of the current active cultural routes, the question is how well they are represented and “alive” and thus in the real function of tourism. It is not enough just to draw a cultural route on a brochure or a map, put a board on certain objects, but to invest in infrastructure, attractive and interesting presentation, added value and finally complete the entire tourist product. If the cultural route is not accepted at the local level, if it is not really active and well presented, then unfortunately we only have the form and not the content of the whole story. There are many more routes along which numerous interesting traces of the cultures of that time have been sown throughout Croatia throughout history. The mission to better present them to the general public, and especially how to sensitize tourism workers to such stories, was accepted by the Association for Tourist and Cultural Routes “Tur Kultur”, which held a series of workshops and seminars under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism. RELATED NEWS:
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The renovated home at 19 Boswell Terrace, Wynnum sold for $785,000IT was love at first sight for the successful bidders of a two-storey Queenslander in Wynnum. The renovated home at 19 Boswell Tce sold at auction on February 4 in front of a crowd of about 30 people. Belle Property Manly marketing agent, David Lazarus said the successful bidders kicked off the auction with a strong offer and ended up with the final bid at $785,000. The home at 19 Boswell Tce, Wynnum has VJ walls and timber floorsMr Lazarus said about 42 groups inspected the Boswell Tce home.“It was a 100 year old cottage with character so that attracted attention, but really it was about the great location in a family orientated area.” Mr Lazarus said he was seeing strong interest in the Wynnum property market. “There are plenty of people out and about on weekends and we’re seeing at least double figures through open houses,” he said.“Everyone is back from holidays and eager to buy quality homes. “I can only see the market in this area remaining strong.” CoreLogic data shows the median house price in Wynnum is $520,000.House prices in the area have seen a 13.4 per cent growth in the past three years. The kitchen at 19 Boswell Tce, Wynnum“The new owners came through the property at the first open home and it was love at first sight,” Mr Lazarus said. “They walked in and said ‘we want to buy this house’. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“They’d been looking for the perfect house for about 18 months and when they saw this one, they knew it was the one.”
2211/32 Refinery Pde, New Farm has sold for a building record price.TWO interstate buyers battled to secure a luxury New Farm unit with the deal done within a couple of days.The unit at the Refinery in Cutters Landing at 32 Refinery Pde, New Farm sold for $2.62 million.Marketing agent Christine Rudolph of Ray White New Farm said normally it would take anywhere from three months to three years to sell such a property but this deal was secured within three days – the fastest sale in the exclusive building.“We got the photographs on the Wednesday and put it on internet on Thursday and by Friday I had people queuing before the first open which was absolutely remarkable.The sale follows another in the same “complex’’ last week where a house, which also came under body corporate control was sold for a record $4.9 million through Brett Greensill of LJ Hooker New Farm.Ms Rudolph said interest in the building was strong and they received multiple offers for the apartment. 2211/32 Refinery Pde, New FarmMs Rudolph said the other potential buyer, who was from Sydney had commented to buy something in the eastern suburbs in Sydney he would be paying about $2.1 million for a two-bedroom, one-bathroom waterfront apartment, which would need renovating.“Then you come up to Brisbane and you see a really beautiful bespoke building that has got some character to it.’’ 2211/32 Refinery Pde, New FarmThe apartment has large floor to ceiling windows which allow river views. It is the only apartment on that floor and is in a corner position of the building, so had two balconies.It has its original exposed brickwork. It is within the award-winning heritage-listed former CSR Refinery building which was built in 1893 before being converted to residential living. 2211/32 Refinery Pde, New FarmThe buyers were a couple from Western Australia, who have relocated their business to Queensland.“It has gone for a new price record (for an apartment) for the building which was very exciting.’’Ms Rudolph said the previous record was for an apartment she sold last year directly above the most recent sale. That sale was for $2.58 million.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours ago“That took three months to sell and we sold that to a Melbourne buyer,’’ Ms Rudolph said.“This one I think was particularly a lovely floor plan and beautiful big windows lovely double balcony at the back. 2211/32 Refinery Pde, New FarmFormer owner Chris McGinty said she had been very quick to make a decision about the unit when she bought it herself, she had spent about 20 minutes in it before making it hers.But even she was surprised at the speed of the sale this time around in the current market.Fortunately she has already secured a new home at Paddington at auction, which will be a bit of a project for her now that she is semi-retired.Ms McGinty said the point of difference in her apartment was that it had two huge windows which allowed amazing views of the river.
It is understood the deal has now been agreed, thrashed out and done with the final details now to be completed but he is set to be announced today. Read Also:EPL: Arteta’s Arsenal held again by late Sheffield leveller The potential signing would be a major coup for United who tried to land Berge last summer – with a fee potentially matching the club-record £20m paid to Swansea for Oli McBurnie in the summer. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Blades boss Chris Wilder has been pictured with Berge and his representative ahead of a £20m-plus move to Bramall Lane. Berge, 21, is a 6ft 4in holding midfielder who has impressed for the reigning Belgian champions and played in the Champions League.Advertisement Sheffield United have agreed a club record deal to sign Genk midfielder Sander Berge. Loading… Promoted Content7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A Vegan7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body40 Child Actors Who Turned Into Gorgeous Adults7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art20 Amazing Facts About The Daenerys Of The House Of TargaryenThe 10 Most Irresistible Asian Actresses
“I just gave a little dream shake to the baseline and was able to open up the middle and get my fadeaway,” James said. Loading… LeBron James delivered the go-ahead jumper with 30 seconds left to help lift the Los Angeles Lakers to a 114-112 victory over the Boston Celtics Sunday as the two decorated franchises renewed their historic rivalry.Advertisement Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes6 Great Ancient Mysteries That Make China Worth VisitingWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Top 10 Iconic Personalities On TV Now10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do10 Legendary Movies To Learn History From8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopKendall Jenner’s Photos Have Never Looked This Good!Who Earns More Than Ronaldo? The NBA powerhouses went down to the wire in a back-and-forth thriller in front of a crowd of almost 19,000 at the Staples Center arena.Boston and Los Angeles have 33 championships between them and have met in the finals a record 12 times.Both are once again title contenders, with the Lakers on top of the Western Conference standings and the Celtics in third in the Eastern Conference.“It’s just special to be part of this rivalry,” James said. “We understand that this has been going on since the ‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s, ‘90s, all the way through.”James’ fadeaway shot gave the Lakers the lead for good, and Anthony Davis sealed the win with three free throws over the final 12 seconds.“He got to his money shot, the shot he always makes, a shot he always takes in practice and in games, and he did what he does best and made the shot.”James finished with 29 points, nine assists and eight rebounds, while Davis tallied a team-high 32 points and 13 rebounds as the Lakers also showed good defensive strategy late in the game.“The more that you’re in that environment of a close game, of an intense game like that, I think everybody just gets a chance to grow together,” Lakers coach Frank Vogel said.Jayson Tatum scored a career-high-tying 41 points for Boston, who have survived all season on their superior offensive balance.All five Boston starters scored in double figures, with Daniel Theis adding 16 points and nine rebounds and Marcus Smart registering 14 points and seven rebounds.Gordon Hayward scored 10 points but shot zero-of-five from behind the three-point line.Hayward flirted with a triple-double, handing out a team-high nine assists and grabbing eight rebounds.Boston was coming off a Friday’s 127-117 win over Minnesota where four Celtics – Jaylen Brown, Tatum, Hayward and Theis – each scored at least 25 points.– Career high –Tatum’s 41 points Sunday equalled his career-high set January 11th against New Orleans.Eighteen of Tatum’s 41 came in the third quarter, which ended with the teams tied 87-87.The Celtics took a 110-108 lead with 77 seconds left in the fourth when Brown drained a three-pointer. Brown finished with 20 points against the Lakers.Boston played without all-star guard Kemba Walker.Elsewhere, Coby White came off the bench to score 33 points as the Chicago Bulls weathered a career-high 53-point performance from Bradley Beal to defeat the Washington Wizards 126-117.Zach LaVine added 32 points, and Thaddeus Young finished with 25 points for the Bulls, who ended an eight-game losing streak.Tomas Satoransky posted a double-double against his former team with 15 points and 13 assists.Beal shot 15 of 27 from the field, five of 11 from three point range and 18 of 20 from the free throw line for the Wizards who have lost two straight.James’ ‘dream shake’ helps lift Lakers over Celticshttps://t.co/IVZeDL8dkG#FastbreakNews@KingJames @Lakers @celtics @AFP pic.twitter.com/kYhTtN73EN— fastbreak (@FastBreakPHNews) February 24, 2020Read Also: NBA: Heat crush Cavaliers, honour WadeThe Wizards loss also meant the Milwaukee Bucks clinched the earliest playoff spot in 15 years despite not playing.Milwaukee is 48-8 and on pace to win 70 games – a feat accomplished only by the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls (72 wins) and the 2015-16 Golden State Warriors (73 wins).In Toronto, Pascal Siakam scored 21 points and the Raptors led all the way to defeat the Indiana Pacers 127-81.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Florida students will now be made fully aware of all of their options when it comes to educational advancements after high school now that Governor Ron DeSantis has passed a new educational bill. The bill, that was unanimously passed by the House and Senate, will require schools to began paying greater attention to vocational, technical training, and apprenticeships programs instead of just the four-year college degree option.Under the bill, middle schools will be required to offer some courses in career and education training in areas that are seen as well-paying, high demand options. Schools will also be required to teach a financial literacy class, and offer computer science courses to help meet math and science graduation requirements. In order to provide the best course options, the state will continue to track well-paying jobs that are in high demand so that schools know which programs to offer. For those who have chosen the four-year degree option but did not complete their degree program, the bill also offers the Last Mile College Completion Program. Under this program, the state will pick up the cost of in-state tuition for those who dropped out of college just short of earning a degree (12 credits or less).
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAn Alpena man could be facing up to two years in prison and or five years of probation after pleading guilty to child abuse. 29 Year-Old Merlin Pardike will be sentenced next month after he admitted to hitting his step daughter in the head back in November 2016.Pardike pleaded guilty in court this week to a single count of child abuse in the third-degree. Other charges of second-degree child abuse and lying to a police officer were dropped in exchange for Pardike’s guilty plea. Pardike’s sentencing is scheduled for July 24th at the Alpena County Circuit Court.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alpena County Sheriff’s Office, Child Abuse, Merlin Aaron Shane Pardike, Merlin PardikeContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena’s Shipwreck Rollers Recognized by FacebookNext Field Trip Friday Heads To Mackinac Island
In addition, Parros — once a noted NHL enforcer himself — will reportedly be in attendance at Rogers Place in Edmonton for the rivalry’s next edition to ensure cooler heads prevail amid a war of words between the two teams.MORE: Zack Kassian on Matthew Tkachuk: ‘He messed with the wrong guy’Kassian was suspended on Monday for instigating a fight with Tkachuk after the Flames’ chief antagonist riled him up with two controversial hits on Jan. 11. Since the original hit, the forward has implied multiple times he will seek retribution on Tkachuk in the future.”I’m not crying about the hits, it’s hockey. It’s a game of hockey. It’s rough,” Kassian told reporters on Tuesday. “You play with fire, eventually you’re going to get burned. He messed with the wrong guy and I don’t think he realizes that we are in the same division and [I] have a great memory.”Oilers star Leon Draisaitl backed Kassian this week when he told reporters he would “probably get off the ice” if he finds himself playing with Tkachuk at the upcoming All-Star game, during which the two division rivals with perform — for once — as teammates.Tkachuk, for his part, opted not to comment on the situation ahead of Calgary’s game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday and suggested reporters ask him and his teammates again about the still-tense rivalry closer to the rematch at the end of the month. Flames general manager Brad Treliving told reporters Thursday that his organization has no qualms with how Tkachuk conducts himself on or off the ice and that they want him to continue to play the same way.“What’s bothered me about a lot of [it], I’m not a big fan of the talk in the media and all the rest of it, some of comments that have been made towards Matthew,” Treliving told Sportsnet. “Number one, we’ve got his back. I think there’s 30 other teams other than ours who would take him on their team in a New York second. And some of the crap, I guess would be the best way to put it, written or tweeted or talked about, I think is just that.”The Oilers and Flames meet again on Jan. 29 in Edmonton — and the hockey world will be watching. Zack Kassian and Matthew Tkachuk’s feud has the Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames and the NHL itself eyeing the teams’ next meeting with significant anticipation.According to TSN’s Pierre LeBrun, the league has taken significant steps this week to calm the tensions between both sides before Kassian’s suspension ends just in time for him to play in the next ‘Battle of Alberta’. LeBrun reported that NHL Department of Player Safety head George Parros and the league’s director of hockey operations, Colin Campbell, held separate phone calls with the general managers of both teams this week expressing the need for both sides to calm down ahead of the next game.
Will you go to jail if you defy a quarantine order?Sheriff Bradshaw joins us to answer that question and many more.You can hear it all here.https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Ric-Bradshaw-3-20-20.mp3