Starting from July 4 until July 8, 2011, Macedonian and French professionals will work on
discovering and practicing the technics of renovation of traditional buildings in Pont Farcy,
Lower Normandy.
This practical workshop on renovating ancient buildings with natural and ecological materials
will be held in the Norman farms and sites, where the experts from the two countries will
demonstrate their skills in reconstruction using traditional methods.
The experts will work not only on the implementation, but also on the basic theory
knowledge regarding preparation of building sites, renovating and constructing stone walls,
cob walls, etc. while using the traditional (natural) materials, easy to practice individually.
More information on this specific workshop and building heritage activities can be found at
www.balkansheritage.eu (http://www.balkansheritage.eu).
This practical workshop is organized in the framework of the Decentralized cooperation
between the Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, in the component 5 –
Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage, project coordinated by ALDA. For further
information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/
(http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/) or contact Katica Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org
(mailto:katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org).

Starting from July 4 until July 8, 2011, Macedonian and French professionals will work on
discovering and practicing the technics of renovation of traditional buildings in Pont Farcy,
Lower Normandy.
This practical workshop on renovating ancient buildings with natural and ecological materials
will be held in the Norman farms and sites, where the experts from the two countries will
demonstrate their skills in reconstruction using traditional methods.
The experts will work not only on the implementation, but also on the basic theory
knowledge regarding preparation of building sites, renovating and constructing stone walls,
cob walls, etc. while using the traditional (natural) materials, easy to practice individually.
More information on this specific workshop and building heritage activities can be found at
www.balkansheritage.eu (http://www.balkansheritage.eu).
This practical workshop is organized in the framework of the Decentralized cooperation
between the Lower Normandy region and Republic of Macedonia, in the component 5 –
Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage, project coordinated by ALDA. For further
information please consult the webpage of the Cooperation http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/
(http://crbn-mk.courriers.info/) or contact Katica Janeva katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org
(mailto:katica.janeva@aldaintranet.org).