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Project Duration: 01.07.2020 - 30.06.2022
Project ERDF Financing: 740 281.15
Project call: 3rd call
Project will make Eleja Manor park and Žagare Manor park more attractive for tourists. Both parks have been projected by landscape architect and gardener G.Kuphalt, well known in the whole Europe in the turn of 19th – 20th century. Participation of Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies and Lithuanian Nature Heritage fund in the project will add scientific and practical approaches that could be interesting for landscaping professionals.
The objective is to increase the tourism potential of cultural heritage objects – manor parks by adding contemporary approach, objects and services in classical manor parks.
Project activities include: preparation of research materials on G.Kuphaldt in digital format to be used for improvement of both parks` infrastructure; development of mobile application allowing visitors to navigate tourism sites in Eleja and Žagare; construction of exhibition hall in Eleja Manor park; development of interactive indoor exposition for visitors in Žagare Regional Park Visitors’ Centre with outdoor educational activities for pupils for learning cultural heritage and nature values and new walking routes – dendrological and landscape architecture – in Žagare Manor park; organization of open- air workshops in parks and seminars for wide range of professionals.
As a result of the project both manor parks will become more attractive as tourism objects. New knowledge of parks management and infrastructure will help to increase the attractiveness of manor parks as tourism objects, interesting both for visitors with professional interest in landscaping and for general public.
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Last updated: 10.07.2020 14:22