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The promotion of archaeological heritage is one of the critical activities for raising awareness of the public about its importance, as well as understanding the obligations of its protection at all levels, from the physical to the legal framework. In addition to educational programs, much of the promotion relies on tourism products and heritage pr...
This article aims to summarise the current situation regarding digital archaeological archives in Bosnia and Herzogivina.
The discovery and archeological underwater excavation of a medieval bastard sword in the Vrbas riverbed, in October 2019 near the village of Rekavice, near Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Underwater archeology, conservation, restoration, preservation, exhibition, documentary filming, 700 years story projected in one year project, 15 minutes of...
Situated at the heart of Banja Luka city centre, at the mouth of the river Crkvena in Vrbas, the Kastel Fortress is a complex, polygonal in shape and occupying an area of 26,610 m2 inside and 21,390 m2 out-side the fortification walls. The existing fortress consists of three parts of the inner space of different sizes, the “courtyards”, nine bastio...
The general goal is the archaeological research of the Kastel site with the practical application of modern methods and the protection and promotion of archaeological sites. Practical work and training of target groups will be a step forward in the practical training of young people for new methodologies, the results will contribute to the promotion of cultural heritage by presenting both works in one of the most important places in BiH, as well as heritage. The whole project will contribute to raising awareness of the importance of cultural and material heritage and improving communication between the scientific community, the public and local authorities. Archaeologists will have the opportunity to present their practical work, and it is especially important to note the fact that such field work has not been used in BiH so far. Also, the results achieved will match and improve the local tourism industry with a better insight and presentation of local cultural potentials.