"Regenerating heritage: new life for abandoned industrial, religious, military or public buildings” is the topic of the Final International Conference within the project “Cultural heritage linking diversities in Europe – CLINK”, organized by وكالة الديمقراطية المحلية في موستار, which will take place on May 28, 2020 starting at 12pm.

For around 2 hours, cultural heritage experts will present and share inspiring stories about new life for historic buildings. Around 100 participants with different backgrounds are expected to join the online international conference, where questions about new life for old buildings, architecture transformation, restoration and renovation of heritage sites will be discussed.

 هنا to register and join! The event is free and open with everybody. If you wish to know more about the panelists, you are invited to follow the Facebook page of the project.

This event is the final activity of the CLINK project, aiming to raise awareness on connections of the collective cultural heritage in the tapestry of Europe’s rich and diverse culture. The project has been implemented by 10 partners from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, France, Greece, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania, and supported through the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union.

"Regenerating heritage: new life for abandoned industrial, religious, military or public buildings” is the topic of the Final International Conference within the project “Cultural heritage linking diversities in Europe – CLINK”, organized by وكالة الديمقراطية المحلية في موستار, which will take place on May 28, 2020 starting at 12pm.

For around 2 hours, cultural heritage experts will present and share inspiring stories about new life for historic buildings. Around 100 participants with different backgrounds are expected to join the online international conference, where questions about new life for old buildings, architecture transformation, restoration and renovation of heritage sites will be discussed.

 هنا to register and join! The event is free and open with everybody. If you wish to know more about the panelists, you are invited to follow the Facebook page of the project.

This event is the final activity of the CLINK project, aiming to raise awareness on connections of the collective cultural heritage in the tapestry of Europe’s rich and diverse culture. The project has been implemented by 10 partners from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, France, Greece, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania, and supported through the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union.