Terra Panonica is open! Find out how Pleternica celebrates life and the Pannonian Sea!
10th July 2020
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?
An Interpret Europe initiative not to be missed!
7th July 2020
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.
The Heritage Interpretation Manual is Published! Discover the secrets of our craft!
30th June 2020
The manual provides a comprehensive insight into the interpretive planning process and presents the terminology of heritage interpretation in one place.
Between two waters - a distributary of good stories about the Mura and Drava rivers!
8th June 2020
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.
The Museum of Bećarac and the town of Pleternica in the journal “Museum International“
8th January 2020
Muses concluded 2019 by publishing a paper in the scientific journal “Museum International“ by ICOM and Routledge Tylor & Francis Group.
Bećarac and ganga from the library to your plate – all 5 senses included!
18th December 2019
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.
Conference conclusions and importance of discussion about living with tourism
15th May 2019
The international conference ‘Proceed with Care – Living with Tourism’ was held in Šibenik from 2nd – 5th May 2019.
‘Proceed with Care’ or how to overcome overtourism
22th March 2019
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?
Seven new interpretation centres on the Routes of the Frankopans
20th February 2019
Peer behind the scenes, into the Muses’ small workshop where stories for seven new centres were developed for this pioneering project of the interpretation of local heritage.