What do sevdah, katuns, bears and spoon sweet have in common? They are all part of the excellent projects from the Western Balkans that we have described in the Interpret Europe brochure.
Once upon a time, the Slavonian mountains were part of the Slavonian archipelago, and the fertile soil was the bottom of the Pannonian Sea in which the giant whale swam. But how did the mare become terra?
The manual provides a comprehensive insight into the interpretive planning process and presents the terminology of heritage interpretation in one place.
An exhibition about rivers and their heritage was opened in Međimurje, where the Mura and Drava rivers embrace and where life intertwines with the waters in a thousand shades.
Muses concluded 2019 by publishing a paper in the scientific journal “Museum International“ by ICOM and Routledge Tylor & Francis Group.
Two new books are coming fresh out of Muses’s oven. Both are published within the project entitled ‘Cultural Route of Becharac and Ganga’ which studies heritage valorisation in a modern and innovative manner.
How to reconcile the negative effects of "overtourism" by safeguarding the "spirit of place" and the heritage of natural and cultural landscapes, historical cities and monuments?
For the first time in Europe a new Interpret Europe training programme in the field of the interpretation of heritage was held at the end of last year in Rijeka.
We invite all interested experts in the field of heritage, sustainable tourism and related fields to engage as lecturers.
This is a story of Ban Josip Jelačić and the project which will make Novi Dvori in Zaprešić an important bastion of heritage and a place to preserve the civilizational values of modern Europe.
Dragana Lucija Ratković Aydemir was invited to share her experiences and knowledge in the field of development of attractions and cultural tourism destinations.
As a part of the "Meštrović's Mark in Croatia" project we visited Dalmatinska Zagora and recalled Meštrović's life and work.
The first workshop of mapping the heritage in Sežana was held in conjunction with the Krasn'Krš project of the Interreg Slovenia – Croatia programme.
The first workshop for the future ‘Museum of Bećarac’ was held in Pleternica
Dragana Lucija Ratković Aydemir talked with Tina Kovačiček about unique creative museums in Croatia.
At the beginning of September this year, the KRASn’Krš project began which is financed by the Interreg V-A Slovenia – Croatia programme.
Dragana Lucija Ratković Aydemir about cultural heritage as a powerful driver of economy.
Last week in the city of Zagreb, more precisely along its most characteristic street – Ilica, various programmes and events took place in conjunction with the Ilica Project festival...
Synthomir and Museomix are some of the new tools and ideas of those presented at the Creative Museum A/C/T/S international conference held at the Technical Museum
Come to Ogulin, learn how to interpret heritage and revive the cultural and natural values of your own homeland!
'Riva of the great barque' is the proposed title of the future Riva in Malinska. It is an example of excellence both in the field of contemporary Croatian architecture and urbanism, as well as...
On Friday 18th November 2016 the visitor centre of the ‘The Routes of the Frankopans’ cultural route opened its doors in Kraljevica.
No less than three projects in whose preparation and realisation we have, together with our partners, also participated, have entered the final selection of the best...
Whilst doom and gloom merchants argue that wars in the 21st century will be fought over water, we show a different direction – water should be loved...
Is there currently a better place in Europe than Rijeka where Muses could temporarily move their summer office to?