The Danube length is measured from 0 in Romanian Sulina to 2880 where the Brigach and Breg meet in the Black Forest mountains. The place is marked by a Danube stone and by the place in the middle, but [read more..]
The Danube flows from the Black Forest mountains in Germany till the Danube Delta biosphaere reservation in Romania at the Black Sea. Between hazard and heritage the water itself is a vulnerable habit [read more..]
In november 2017 the Romanian team of the DANUrB Danube INTERREG project conducted a student workshop in the case study of Giurgiu city on the Romanian side of the Danube. This follows the Romanian pa [read more..]
13th-14th of June a workshop in geosciences was organised in the frame of the Spazi Aperti exhibition of the Accademia di Romania a Roma, a contribution to the month of international culture. It was i [read more..]
Today 11th of March there are 5 years since the Tohoku earthquake. But besides this sad anniversary, 2016 is also the year celebrating 150 years of Japan - Italian relationships. The Japanese cultural [read more..]
At the 2013 Le Notre forum in Rome, one of the areas studied was the EUR. Soon under the water surface of the lake, modelled after the UNESCO heritage water landscape of villa d'Este by Maria Teresa P [read more..]
These news are from the series on renewable energy presented for the COST action TU1401. It deals with large size hydropower Vidraru on Arges river, situated in a remarcable cultural landscape setting [read more..]
The COST action TU1401 explores the impact of renewable energy sources on landscape quality. Yet in South-West Romania there is a cultural landscape featuring historical approaches in employing water [read more..]
The New Europe College in Bucharest had a conference on the heritage of water (From Riverbed to Seashore) followed by a workshop on floods, dams and dikes in modern times, the latter simultaneously wi [read more..]
Recently EEA grants in the filed of "Promotion of Diversity in Culture and Arts within European Cultural Heritage" have been awarded to study Braila as a shrinking city. Before, funds were availabe as [read more..]
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