Croatia's most beautiful castles join a 1.5 million European funded initiative “Living Castles”
The project will preserve the heritage with the use of holographic and 3D projections
- November 16, 2018 21:30
- Monika Dimitrova
Some of northern Croatia's most beautiful castles are joining a 1.5 million European funded initiative 'Living Castles'. The project spans gorgeous castles in northern Croatia and Slovenia and will preserve and promote the cultural heritage of 7 castles by developing a cross-border tourism programme.
The project will include Varaždin's Old Town, the Old Town of Čakovec, the Veliki Tabor castle, Oršić Castle in Gornja Stubica and the Ptuj, Celje and Rakican castles in Slovenia and aims to improve the service of these wonderful continental castles. The project will preserve the heritage of such buildings partly with the imaginative use of modern technologies, such as holographic and 3D projections. Varaždin City Museum, for example, holds over 200,000 artefacts, most of which it is not possible to display permanently, due to a lack of exhibition space. Cataloguing its items digitally will allow the collection to be accessible at all times.
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