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Regeneration of parks as integral parts of historical heritage (Green Heritage)
Start date: May 14, 2013, End date: Nov 13, 2014 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The project is based on the idea of the formation of parks as places for cultural activities and popular recreation aiming at the same time at supporting local business activities. Local producers and craftsmen need better opportunities to compete in the harsh market conditions to survive. They currently have no direct accessto potential purchasers - tourists and visitors. The project activities will attract tourists to the project regions and bring tourists close to the craftsmen and the producers, involve local producers and craftsmen into the events and happenings around the parks more actively.Culture events will show to the local communities and visitors huge potential of parks. Achievements: 1. Improvement of the management of the parks • 3 joint workshops, 1 event in each country - for the architects, landscape designers, historians, gardening specialists • 3 experience exchange visits for managers and owners of culture heritage sites. • Implementation plan "Culture and Heritage in parks" elaborated to identify the actions supporting regeneration of parks in Vidzeme region. 2. Technical documentationfor reconstruction of manor houses parks and small infrastructure elements of parks • Historical Main gate of Gulbene Red Palace park necessary to restore historical view of park • Parks of mansions «Rozhdestveno» and «Suida» • Historical track of the manor park surrounding the Sillapää manor house 3. Involvement of local producers and craftsmen into the events, happenings around the parks and organization of culture events, showing great potential of parks • 4 1-day training events for local producers and craftsmen • 3 1 or 2-day scultural events involving local producers, local culture groups, partners representatives.
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