first_imgMeđimurska song, a traditional tune of Međimurje, as an independent nomination, and The art of drywall construction (Art of dry stone walling, knowledge and techniques), as a multinational nomination (Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland), are inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Heritage of Humanity.The great news was confirmed yesterday at a meeting of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Intangible Cultural Heritage, held in Port Louis, Mauritius.Međimurska song was entered in the Register of Cultural Heritage of the Republic of Croatia in 2013. At the initiative of the holder, the expert recommendation of the Commission for Intangible Cultural Heritage and the decision of the Ministry of Culture, in 2016, preparations began for the preparation of a nomination for enrollment in the Representative List of Intangible Heritage of Humanity. The nomination was prepared in collaboration with experts: dr. Sc. Lidija Bajuk, Ph.D. Nailom Ceribašić, Ph.D. With the company Zebec and with the support of the local community and a number of institutions from the area of ​​Međimurje County.Međimurska song it is an indispensable part of today’s traditional culture of Međimurje County and a favorite and recognizable musical-traditional sign of Croatian identity, which attracts attention beyond national borders. It consists of verses that are sung to the melody (I see), forming a song (song). According to the age of the verses and the metrical structure of the melody, the melodies can be grouped into older and newer melodies, and according to the form-style and motif-thematic features into epic and lyrical songs. This lively musical tradition is an important factor in social connection and part of family and friendly gatherings of Međimurje men and women.In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”The art of drywall construction was entered in the Register of Cultural Heritage of the Republic of Croatia in 2013. At the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016, an international initiative was launched to make a nomination to UNESCO so that the art of drywall construction could be inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Heritage of Humanity. The agreements began at an informative international meeting of experts in Nicosia (Cyprus – Nomination Coordinator) organized on 22 and 23 January 2016. There, decisions were made on the development of a joint multinational nomination and on further steps (timeline of activities). Along with the Ministry of Culture, Association 4 of the City of Dragodid has been confirmed as the main coordinator of the Republic of Croatia for the preparation of the nomination. The nomination was supported by numerous holders of this cultural property through letters of support.Drywall construction (“drywall”) is the art of making stone structures without the use of binders. In a narrower sense, it refers to masonry with crushed stone with minimal or no processing, and as a broader term it can also include the laying of stone paving and covering, then the construction of engineering structures with carved stone without the use of binders. A characteristic product of drywall construction is the so-called drywall (gromača, međa, mocira, mocir, masiera, redina, prizida, zid, mrtvi zid, mrtvi mir…), which appears in various forms along the entire area of ​​the Adriatic-Dinaric karst and strongly characterizes its landscape, and other characteristic products are smaller buildings for various purposes.One of the goals of the intangible heritage inventory is to encourage the implementation of programs for the protection and preservation of various traditional knowledge and skills through workshops, educational and extracurricular programs, documentation, research, international cooperation and other activities. Of the three UNESCO lists of intangible heritage on the Representative List of Intangible Heritage of Humanity, the Republic of Croatia has so far inscribed 13 intangible assets (2009: Feast of St. Blaise from Dubrovnik, Annual carnival procession of bell ringers from Kastav, The art of making traditional children’s toys from Hrvatsko Zagorje , The procession of queens or lilies from Gorjani, Procession For the Cross from Hvar, Two voices of narrow intervals of Istria and the Croatian coast, Lacemaking in Croatia, 2010: Gingerbread from northern Croatia, Sinjska alka, 2011: Bećarac from eastern Croatia , 2012: Klapa singing, 2013: Mediterranean food as a multinational nomination).A total of 17 cultural assets on the UNESCO list The Republic of Croatia has inscribed a total of 17 cultural assets on the UNESCO lists, with these two newly inscribed elements.On the List of Intangible Heritage in Need of Urgent Preservation, the Republic of Croatia has one intangible asset – the musical expression ojkanje, and the third list, the UNESCO Register of Best Practices, includes the Ecomuseum “Ecomuseo” Batana “from Rovinj. By the end of 2018, more than 160 intangible cultural assets were entered in the Register of Cultural Heritage of the Republic of Croatia, and a total of 17 of them were included in the UNESCO lists, with these two newly entered elements.last_img read more

first_img30 Stewart Avenue Wooloowin was built circa 1918, the year WWI ended. Picture: Realestate.com.auTHESE Brisbane homes, built when our Diggers went to war, are looking for new owners after lasting 100 years by morphing with the times.The homes, built between 1914 and 1918, have stood the test of time with the help of numerous owners that have made changes to ensure they last across generations.Riverfront mansion for saleThe most crucial trades post DebbieGet The Courier-Mail’s free real estate newsletter direct to your inbox 97 Peary Street, Northgate, was built around 1915.The most expensive WWI home currently on the market in Brisbane is 97 Peary Street, Northgate, which was built around 1915 and now has a price tag of $1.495 million.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:08Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:08 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenDream Home: Buderim02:08 Related videos 02:08Dream Home: Buderim00:32Mediterranean style mansion with wine cave02:10Dream Home: Manly01:31Lana’s Dream Home: favourite rooms01:19Dream Home: Buderim Qld01:36Dream Home: BrookfieldAgents Janelle McKenna and Lisa Pearse-Sargeant of Ray White Ascot were marketing it as a “gracious colonial”.97 Peary Street, Northgate, was on the market for $1.495m.“The property has been meticulously maintained and boasts original period features such as French doors, original leadlight, polished timber floorboards, ornate fretwork and soaring ceilings.”The four bedroom home was set for inspections from 6-6.30pm this Thursday and 2-2.30pm on Saturday.80 & 82 Bunya Street Greenslopes Qld 4120. Picture: Realestate.com.auMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoAnother home built during WWI was at 80-82 Bunya Street, Greenslopes – an 844sq m double block with bags of potential.According to agent John Savvas of LJ Hooker Ashgrove, the Greenslopes “farm house” was built in 1916.80 & 82 Bunya Street Greenslopes is a 1916 home on an 844sq m block. Picture: Realestate.com.au“Located in the heart of Greenslopes this home has 10 foot ceilings, gorgeous coloured glass casement windows, VJ walls and stunning polished timber floors all waiting to be revamped and showcased.”The home was scheduled for inspections from 12-12.30pm this Saturday.147 Park Road Yeerongpilly Qld 4105: Built 1917, looking at offers over $879,000. Picture: Realestate.com.auA four bedroom WWI home at 147 Park Road Yeerongpilly, has also seen many changes – with still more potential for upgrades including using the high pitched roof for an attic or viewing platform.The property, which was available for offers over $879,000, was built in 1917 and named Lillypilly by the original owners, according to agent Jane Elvin of LJ Hooker Annerley/Yeronga.147 Park Road Yeerongpilly Qld 4105: Built 1917. Picture: Realestate.com.au“The current owners have called this property their home and have lovingly maintained and enjoyed everything on offer for the past 12 years. With a passion for their gardens the new owner will reap the fruits of their work with avocados, custard apples, mangoes, bananas and a host of other fruits and herbs sure to be the envy of your friends.”30 Stewart Avenue Wooloowin Qld 4030: Circa 1918. Picture: Realestate.com.auA five bedroom home built in 1918 – the year that WWI finally came to an end – was on the cusp of becoming a centenarian, but has been transformed for the 21st century in the Hamptons style.The property at 30 Stewart Avenue, Wooloowin, was “utterly beautiful” according to agents Kim Olsen and Susan Hollands of Richardson & Wrench Clayfield.“Meticulously renovated and extended, this home is a testament to quality in every luxurious detail.”The home was expected to be open for inspection from 1-1.30pm this Saturday.last_img read more

first_imgMORGAN’S Learning Centre and Pure Masters wreaked havoc in the competition, as action continued on Sunday in the Petra-organised Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) and Milo-sponsored football tournament.In the last game of the day, the Morgan Learning Centre thrashed Tucville 7-1 with a hat-trick from Leon Richardson in the 16th, 36th and 70th minutes respectively.Richardson’s hat-trick, coupled with single strikes from Osafo Matheson (18th), Alistair Frank (24th), Carl Griffith (45th) and Daniel Nedd 58th, ensured that the score ended 7-1. Tucville saw Darren Daly (53rd) on target during the match.Meanwhile, Pure Masters overcame St John’s College 5-0 with a brace from Jamain Simon (6th and 56th) while Alton Benn (13th), Daniel Dorway (26th) and Junior Andrews (55th) each scored once.In the day’s opening game, East Ruimveldt edged St Mary’s 2-1 thanks to Trevon Bailey (23rd) and Tony Nelson (67th) while Mary’s had Michael Damion (6th) on target.Lodge Secondary and Kingston Secondary rounded out the 20-goal day with a 2-2 stalemate.Kingston had Terrence John and Shawn Innis on target while in response, Rickie Stuart 68th and Shamar Dover 70th brought the game back level just before the whistleMatches continue this weekend.last_img read more

first_imgFort St. John’s Liquor Distribution Branch has a little more than 400 bears remaining in its annual ‘Twin Bear’ program. Store Manager Warren Mears says 1,985 of the 2,400 total Bears have now sold, with two days remaining. In addition, Mears says around 30% of customers have donated their own Bears back to the program.  He also says a few more organizations and groups have been requesting Bears this year, so he says all of them will find a home.- Advertisement -The local LDB is still hoping to sell all of the remaining Bears by closing time (at 6p.m.) on Thursday, to record its seventh straight sell-out.last_img read more