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National museum in the north Banat town of Kikinda became very attractive since 2006 after presentation of the mamut bones found in the clay exploration in the Toza Markovi? factory for brick and tiles. The sceleton of mamut, see populary named Kika, quickly became one of the symbols of the town and the basis of its cultural development. The Inovation centre of the Faculty for philosophy from Belgrade, together with seven partners did project management plan. The reconstructed copy of the sceleton was set in the inner yard of the Museum during 2009.

The project „The Kikinda mamut" is part of the bigger integrative project which is aimed to revitalize the cultural landscape of Hall II of the Toza Markovi? factory. Together in partnership with local government of Kikinda, they are founders of three museums of different type:

1. Museum of quartier period (paleontologija)

2. Museum of brickwork (industrijska kultura)

3. Museum of sculptural collony „Terra" (contemporary art)

www.kika-mamut.com

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The Municipality of Budva is working on protection of the archeological site Miriste and the idea is that it should become archeological park which will also be used in the purposes of tourism. This work is being done by the eminent archeologists Mladen Zagarcanin and Dejan Gazivoda together with students of Archeology from Belgrade. During the last few months they discovered the remains of one roman mention from the second century, cialis sale two bathrooms, pilule the big pool as well as the parts of heating system. Using systematic archeological researching of Miriste , we have the new knowledge and perspective about this ancient dwelling in the central part of Montenegrin coast.

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The Regional Diving Center for the diver’s training in Bijela intends lending to the archeologists, mind half a million euros worth equipment for researching  Montenegrin bottom of the sea. The executive director of the Regional Diving Center, health Veselin Mijajlovic informed us about the planned cooperation with institutions in the countries of the Adriatic coast about the protection of Adriatic Sea cultural treasure.

 

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The Government accepted the draft law about cultural heritage, viagra suggested by the Ministry of Culture, decease Sports and Media. With its concept and content the draft law represents the efficient answer to more expressed tendency towards inadequate relation with cultural heritage, thumb with all due respect for the rules and standards contained within international documents signed by the Government of the Republic Montenegro.
According to this draft law, the protection of the cultural properties is grounded on internationally established principals of wholeness and equality. Prescript measures are systematized through integral protection and sustainable development, preventive, technical and other special protective measures. .
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Our negligence led to turning this space into a waste disposal area. In the year of 1956 at the bed of this creek the church of St Peter was found. It belonged to Benedictian monastery in 7th century. This church is even older than the church of St Francis. Due to the creek and its unchanged current, medicine it wasn’t possible to spot the remains of the church, rx and our negligence led to turning this space into a waste disposal area.The revealing of the church foundation began by the officials of Monuments Protection Office.

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Half an hour documentary about famous Boka Kotorska painter Tripo Kokolj, tadalafil who was born in Perast in 1661, order directed by Stijepo Mijovic Kocan, store had its premiere at Kotor “Boka” theatre. There were many admirers of its name and painting, who came to see this movie about an artist of Venetian school, with a style of baroque.
Director worked on the documentary not more than two days, on the locations in Perast and Lady of the Rock island last year.
The most famous works of the painter are the walls of Lady of the Rock church, which are covered from the floor to the ceiling with about 70 paintings. They are motivated by the life of the Apostils and words from the Holy Bible along with images of many prophets and sibyls..

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