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02 June 2017
Since 2014 Museum of Palanga resort in its funds already accumulated a number of exhibits, organizes various events that pleases Palanga residents and guests of the resort. And although from the first days of its existence, the Museum has been actively involved in the cultural life, the one thing that allows being well-balanced, it lacks. Which is – the permanent exhibition, presenting interesting Palanga land, its history and unique characters that lived and created here? So next year modern, contemporary, interactive exhibition, which is without analogues, will be installed in the Villa Anapilis and presented to the public.
Last Wednesday, 24 May, the first meeting international Project „Palanga. Pavilosta: Maritime Inspired History“was hosted. The project is implemented by the Museum of Palanga resort (Lithuania) and Pāvilosta municipality (Latvia). Both cities have many similarities, because they have shorelines on the Baltic Sea, which had and still exert significant influence on the development of cities and traditions. It is planned that both of Palanga resort and Pāvilostas lore museum until next summer will be equipped with interactive displays that will make museums to become even more attractive to visitors. Residents will also be invited to participate in two competitions: the most beautiful cultural heritage photos and interesting exhibits. The winners of both competitions will be awarded and selected photos of the most beautiful cultural heritage will be exhibited in Lithuania and Latvia. It is also planned to issue a publication presenting the foundation history of museum of Palanga resort, which will be translated into four languages and to create a mobile app which will help to get to know with Palanga and Pāvilosta.
European Regional Development Fund co-financing – 542 488.15 EUR. The project has started in April this year and will end in September 2018.
During the meeting partners discussed the most important issues of the project: the project management group was formed, the main implementation procedures were identified, and operational plan and reporting procedures were approved. Also issues related with interactive exhibits were discussed, preliminary dates of events and a meeting was set out.
Last updated: 06.08.2020 08:59