8 EU projects that have helped conserve our cultural heritage

When culture crosses borders: The Subotica architectural style found in Croatia and Serbia, restored and protected by the Subotica Osijek Secession project. 📸 Photographers: Marin and Domagoj Popić

1. Basilica of St. Benedict in Norcia, Italy rebuilt following the 2016 earthquake

📸 Norcia square. © EU 2017

2. Promoting the underwater cultural heritage in Macaronesia

3. Restoring Serbia’s and Croatia’s joint secession heritage to its former glory

Some details of Osijek’s and Subotica’s secession architecture. 📸 Photographers: Marin and Domagoj Popić

4. Nordic resource centre to promote Sámi languages

📸 “Totem” by Farid Rueda, Sisak, Croatia. © Danko Simić

5. InduCult2.0: Discovering industrial culture in Central Europe

6. Performance arts reach a wider audience in Berlin

7. Come In! — Making cultural heritage accessible

8. Mobile phone game brings Slavic mythology to life in Poland

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