“Adopt Your Heritage” Project Newsletter January 2011 Project financed by the European Commission www.adyourhe.com Increasing awareness and encouraging active participation in understanding different cultures. st 5 Project Meeting - Ljubljana, SLOVENIA – 12-15 December 2010The 5th project meeting was organized by the Slovenian partner in the project – the CPZ-International, Centre forKnowledge Promotion, from Ljubljana. Altogether there were 35 participants representing partners from Turkey,Lithuania, Italy, Romania and Slovenia.The first working day of the meeting started with the meeting at the City Museum of Ljubljana. This meeting wascarried out according to the programme of which the first part was for national coordinators only and the secondpart was for all participants. In the first part of the programme the national coordinators discussed onimplementation of the project. In the second part of the programme the participants began to acquaint themselveswith situation on cultural heritage of Slovenia (on local level). This acquaintance began with presentation of an e-learning programme on cultural heritages in Slovenia and other partner countries that CPZ-International preparedfor its target group – the unemployed persons from different regions of Slovenia who are interested in self-employment and entrepreneurship in tourism, culture, education – which was followed by discussion in whichcomments on the presented programme and experiences of other partners in similar programmes were expressed.The meeting in the museum ended with a guided visit of the museum.Meeting at the City Museum of LjubljanaIn the afternoon the acquaintance of participants with situation regarding cultural heritage of Slovenia continuedwith a guided Ljubljana tour.
Guided Ljubljana tourThe second working day of the meeting was dedicated to excursion to the Gorenjska region. This excursion beganwith a visit of Škofja Loka – a medieval town with many treasures. It continued with a visit of the farm Matijovc atPodbrezje, which is a farm with centuries long tradition, followed by a visit of Bled and the Bled castle. At the endthe participants visited also the Apicultural museum in Radovljica.Visit of the Bled Castle