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The Ministry of Culture and Information on Google Arts and Culture platform has started online presentation of the cultural heritage of our country. Seven exhibitions have been presented on Google Arts and Culture platform with audio-visual material in an attractive way: seven exhibitions have been presented: Monastery Studenica, Gallery of Matice Srpska, Synagogue in Subotica, Smederevo Fortress, Residential Palace of Ferenca Reichla, Ram Fortress and Church of the Monastery of Repentance....

With the Karnataka cabinet formalising the formation of the 31st district - Vijayanagara - carving it out from the existing Ballary district, the latter is set to lose several prestigious symbols associated with the district since 1953. Most importantly, the new Ballari district will no longer be on the world map of tourism as the Unesco World Heritage site Hampi, the capital of the Vijayanagara empire, will be part of Vijaynagara, the new district. Read more at: https://www.daijiworld.com/news/newsDisplay.aspx?newsID=776007...

Vietnam has been named the world’s leading heritage destination for a second time in a row at the 2020 World Travel Awards held in Russia on Sunday. The results were based on votes cast by travel industry professionals and the public. The recognition of Vietnam as the world's leading heritage destination testifies to the country's efforts to preserve its cultural heritage, the WTA said. Read more at: https://e.vnexpress.net/news/travel/places/vietnam-again-named-world-s-leading-heritage-destination-4198988.html...

Imagine taking a private tour of the Louvre Museum in Paris, pausing to admire some of the world’s most famous works of art — including paintings by Marc Chagall, Edgar Degas and, of course, Leonardo da Vinci — pointing to your favorite and declaring, “I’ll take that one.” Read more at: https://robbreport.com/style/watch-collector/louvre-painting-vacheron-constantin-watch-christies-auction-1234583734/...

The institutional inter-project coaching event ‘Challenges of coordinating ERASMUS + projects Capacity Building in Higher Education at UNS’ was organized by the SENVIBE team and held on-line on 27 November 2020. The participants were by the invitation only: the coordinators and administrators of four successive ERASMUS + projects coordinated by UNS: CULTURWB, ART-REM, SENVIBE and ECOBIAS. Besides for the sake of dissemination and exchange of experience, this event resulted in the list of suggestions for certain improvements at UNS. This list was sent to the UNS Office for Research and Projects. Find out more: [wpdm_package id='17799']...

Travel has been said to broaden the mind, exploring the world and seeing the broad vistas and cultures that the people of the world offer. Tourism can describe travel for pleasure both foreign and domestic, and has been happening as long as long as mankind. Tourism Day is your opportunity to broad your own world a little, find a location you’ve always wanted to make time to visit, and finally, get around to making time to do it. So find your inner traveler and get out there and experience the places you’ve always wanted to see.

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With Heritage and Education as this year’s shared theme, many events have been responding to the call to showcase the knowledge, traditions and skills that define their places. One of the best ways to learn is through making, and with a whole range of workshops and demonstrations by the experts, this year is the perfect time to discover heritage crafts. Read more at: https://www.europeanheritagedays.com/EHD-Programme/Press-Corner/News/Learning-Through-Making-Heritage-Crafts...

Edinburgh Napier University and ATLAS welcome you to an online one-day seminar on Festivals, Culture and Tourism on Thursday 22nd October 2020. It is not possible to invite you to Edinburgh, the world’s festival city, in person but we will be bringing the spirit of this international, eventful city to our virtual seminar. Following the original call for papers we have a wide variety of work to share with you, courtesy of many excellent contributors, that we can't wait to hear from. Read more at : http://www.atlas-euro.org/event_2020_edinburgh/tabid/332/language/en-US/Default.aspx...

The representatives of the Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Serbia to UNESCO participated at the 8th session of the General Assembly of the States Parties to the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, which was held at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, from September 8 to 10, 2020. The session was dedicated to the consideration of a number of important issues in the domain of this Convention, including the adoption of the Declaration on support to Lebanon. The Republic of Serbia attaches great importance to this Convention and so far has inscribed three elements on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity (Slava - celebration of family saint patron’s day, traditional folk dance „Kolo“ and singing to the accompaniment of the Gusle)....