Partnerships for the Conservation and Revitalization of Heritage of the Claustra Defence System
In the framework of the Claustra+ project (Cross-Border Destination of Cultural and Green Tourism claustra Alpium Iuliarum), the project partners and other stakeholders have signed a Consortium Agreement on the establishment and operation of partnership for the preservation and revitalization of the claustra barrier system on 31 May 2019.
By implementing various activities, the partnership encourages the preservation and revitalization of the heritage of claustra as a whole and contributes to its recognition as one of the most important monuments of Slovenia and Croatia with outstanding significance in the context of the entire world history. The partnership or the consortium is a voluntary, non-profit association of legal entities and is not an independent legal entity. Its main aims and at the same time strengths are an encouragement, coordination, long-term care and support in the development and implementation of activities and projects in the field of the Late Roman barrier system claustra Alpium Iuliarum and to bring together and coordinate the stakeholders of this exceptional heritage.
If you recognize yourself in the aims of the consortium, we invite you to join us. You can read more about the operation of the partnership in the Consortium Agreement in continuation and you can also find the Application Form below.
The Consortium Agreement was signed by the partners of the project Claustra+ Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, Ivan Cankar Institute of Culture, Sports and Tourism Vrhnika, National Museum of Slovenia, Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for Nature Conservation, Croatian Conservation Institute, Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral, Natural History Museum Rijeka and Kvarner County Tourist Board. In addition, following municipalities joined the consortium Ajdovščina, Brezovica, Bloke, Borovnica, Ig, Logatec, Postojna, Sodražica, Velike Lašče and Vrhnika in Slovenia and in Croatia Kostrena and Klana. The consortium agreement was also signed by the organizations Association of Regional Tourist Guides of Slovenia, Baška Heritage Society, Fran Govekar Ig Society, LIMES Society, Dolomitne lutke Society, Posadimo drevo Company, Institute Parnas, Institute Zeleni Žep and Institute Znanje Postojna in Slovenia and in Croatia Atelier Damjan Kovač, Zrinski Catle in Čabar, LAG “Terra liburna”, Prezid Museum, Promotiv Travel Outdoor, Čavle Tourist Board, Matulji Tourist Board and Novi Vinodolski Tourist Board.
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