Cultural routes along the Mesta / Nestos River
The notion of cultural routes has been discussed since the 1960, but the first institutionalized international platform appeared in 1998 with the launch of the European Institute of Cultural Routes. Since then, the concept has been gaining increasing importance as a tool for preserving and appreciating cultural heritage in its entirety. The presentation below reveals the opportunities for establishing cross-border cultural routes along the Mesta River and valorizing them through tourism.
Territorial ecosystem connectivity, Athens 6-7 February 2019
Presentations from the technical workshop on wetlands connectivity that took place in Athens on 6-7 February 2019 can be downloaded below:
Balkan Mediterranean Wetland Living Lab
The Balkan Mediterranean Wetland Living Lab was organized by the Greek Biotope – Wetland Centre (EKBY) in the context of the INTERREG Balkan Med WetMainAreas project, with the purpose to demonstrate the knowledge and services developed during the project and interact to project key messages, towards a joint vision for improving the conservation effectiveness of wetland ecosystems. It brought together policy makers and representatives from competent authorities and organizations from the 5 Balkan Mediterranean countries (Albania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, North Macedonia), as well as representatives from European and Mediterranean organizations; it was attended by a total of 80 participants from 11 countries.
You can watch the video from the webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZkPPEVwA10
Key messages and presentations are available for download at the following links:
WetMainAreas final publication
The final publication for the WetMainAreas, which summarizes project results, can be accessed here.
Publication on Greek wetlands (in Greek)
Thessaly region publication (in Greek)
Link for downloading: