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The Great War in the Adriatic

Tijd:01.01.2018.- 31.12.2018. Plaats:Novigrad-Cittanova, Brtonigla-Verteneglio

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The Great War in the Adriatic

Tijd:01.01.2018.- 31.12.2018. Plaats:Novigrad-Cittanova, Brtonigla-Verteneglio Plaats:Array
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The exhibition "The Great War in the Adriatic", usually located at the Gallerion Museum in Cittanova, now also present in the halls of the Brtonigla Museum.

At the official headquarters of the Gallerion Museum, he exhibited the exhibition about the birth and development of the Austro-Hungarian Navy until the beginning of the First World War, while in the Brtonigla Town Museum with 180 photographic panels and numerous original finds, for the first time in history will be presented in chronological order the naval war in the Adriatic Sea.

It could have all ended up diff erently. The tourist season of 1914 had been the best until then. Economy was bursting.

Everyone expected an improvement in the living standards of the lowest social classes in the Monarchy. Instead, the worst possible option, the war, was chosen. The character of the confl ict is well described by its name – the Great War. It lasted four years and left behind 17 million dead and more than 20 million injured without reaching any of the goals set. It happened what nobody among those who had begun it expected. Four big empires have collapsed; the German, the Astro-Hungarian, the Russian and the Turkish. They dissolved into a number of new national states. Some of them were unsustainable geopolitical entities such as newly formed Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, predecessor of recently dissolved Yugoslavia that also ended its existence with a war.

This exhibition aims to present, for the fi rst time in Europe, the Great War at sea in all its aspects. Through this exhibition we are trying to faithfully convey to the public this immanent tragedy through 300 panels and 300 naval models as well as with numerous original objects and documents. The exhibition will be set up at three locations in Cittanova and Brtonigla.

Naval operations in the Mediterranean and in the Adriatic, despite the preponderance of the Triple Entente fl eet, have been conducted almost until the end of the confl ict. The Adriatic coast remained free of confl ict and has been spared from military invasion until the entry of the Italian troops after the armistice. Through the whole war, the Imperial and Royal Navy provided, in spite of all the diff iculties, including the disobedience and rebellion of sailors due to the poor living conditions, social abandonment and national disengagement, a reliable defence of the coast and off ered support to own forces at the South Eastern and on South Western theatre of war. After the dissolution of the Empire, its Navy virtually disappeared, while its fellow citizens become citizens of new state entities.

Eventually, these geopolitical, unhappy and unjust divisions of nations, new frontiers and new spheres of interest, led to a new, even greater tragedy: the Second World War.

The tradition of the Austro-Hungarian navy has been in some forms preserved in a newly formed Navy of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats then passed on through successor Yugoslavia and then eventually to its successor states. While the golden years of the Austrian presence at the sea ended in 1918, its exceptionally rich heritage has survived to this day and can be observed in various ports and port buildings, in high quality shipbuilding, maritime training, nomenclature (especially in the navy), tourism and cultural heritage (e.g. the fortification system in Pula). Ports such as Trieste, Pula and Rijeka have developed during the Austria-Hungarian period, and much of modern coastal infrastructure was built during that time. Numerous Adriatic lighthouses, these guardians and caretakers of the seaside, sailors’ friends along our coasts and islands, are particularly solemn and mystical witnesses of that era of great captains, sailors and ships, as well as of the glorious navy.

Taking into account all these circumstances, our desire and our main aim is to set up an International Naval Museum to present and preserve this rich heritage. We believe that only multinational and multi-ethnic representation and interpretation of the past events can provide solid foundation on which we can build our future.

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Boxing in Pula

Tijd:26.01.2018.- 30.09.2018. Plaats:Pula-Pola

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Boxing in Pula

Tijd:26.01.2018.- 30.09.2018. Plaats:Pula-Pola Plaats:Array
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The exhibition Boxing in Pula is an expression of the initiative of the Historical and Maritime Museum of Istria - Museo storico e navale dell’Istria for the preservation and appreciation of the importance of boxing - the most decorated sport of Pula.

For the first time the history of amateur boxing in Pula is presented to the public: from antiquity to the present day. The exhibition presents the emergence of the first forms of boxing, the development of boxing as a contemporary sport, the organization of boxing clubs and the activities of prominent individuals: boxers and coaches. The most substantial part of the exhibition is dedicated to the activities of the Boxing Club Pula, which has, since its foundation in 1946, intensely promoted boxing in Pula and deserves most credit for the achievement of its greatest successes at regional and European tournaments. The exhibition pays special tribute to eighteen boxers who during their active boxing careers particularly excelled in their personal style and individual successes, who contributed to the success of the Boxing Club Pula and left an indelible mark in the annals of boxing in Pula - the golden glove - Mate Parlov and other successful boxers: Banovac, Berbakov, Peruško, Vranješević, Mudrovčić, Kovjanić, Šarar, Gerlić, Stanković, Tadić, Miličević, Drviš, Bajrami, Bajrektarević, Vrgoč, Ahmeti and Čalić.

Tickets:
Adults: 20,00 HRK
Children: 5,00 HRK
Groups (more than 10 people), students, pensioners: 10,00 kn
Children under 6 and disabled persons: Free entry

Working hours:
X - III: 09:00 - 17:00
IV - IX: 08:00 - 21:00

Sjećanja izvezena u Balama - Memories embroidered in Bale

Tijd:29.03.2018.- 22.07.2018. Plaats:Bale-Valle

Exhibition of traditional handicrafts

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Sjećanja izvezena u Balama - Memories embroidered in Bale

Tijd:29.03.2018.- 22.07.2018. Plaats:Bale-Valle Plaats:Array

Exhibition of traditional handicrafts

  • Organisator:
  • EMI & ZT Bale
  • rg istarskog razvoda 1, Pazin
  • +385 (0)52 622 220

Women\'s handicrafts in Istria are primarily reflected in the decoration of usable textile items.
Usable objects were simply decorated with a monochrome connection in accordance with the economic circumstances of the late 19th and early 20th century. And it is this period that the interesting exhibition taking place in the town of Bale covers. Items once owned by Bale families convey deep social values that have been kept for generations, thus representing a common cultural heritage.

Women from Bale used to decorate towels, bed linen, nightgowns and underwear, children\'s clothes, ornaments for kitchen hoods and curtains. The lack of free time and financial means limited the ornaments to the "necessary", but there was not a girl who did not prepare her wedding trousseau, beginning with bed linen and the "buon giorno" towel should there be need of a sudden visit from a doctor, extending to the "sugaman dei morti" used to cover their dearly beloved and honouring the deceased and the whole family.

The manual work of Istrian women, apart from functionality, followed the yearly and daily cycle of customs to a greatest extent. This thread is also followed in this exhibition. The technical and aesthetic simplicity of the exhibited items presented, tell the tale of a difficult, laborious life and the power of folk art that goes beyond everyday life, becoming part of history.

Nuns taught young girls their embroidery skills. Along with work in the field, helping in the home and learning at school, it was also necessary for them to learn how to embroider in order to prepare their own trousseau.

Preparation of the trousseau and wedding
One of the breaking moments in each girl\'s life was marriage. Girls would prepare for that day from the earliest age. They had to prepare the "every day" bed linen and at least one other ceremonial set for the first wedding night, of course. Towels were used mainly during doctor\'s visits or during childbirth or in case of illness, and were therefore specially adorned. The wealth of the trousseau was reflected in the number of objects and the elaboration of the decoration on them. The most common was white embroidery using a flat stitch and a cross stitch to create initials and the inscription "Buon giorno" on the towels. Although less often, lace was made using a knitting, unfolding technique or bought lace was sewn onto a canvas. Although there were earlier cases, especially in wealthy families, from the mid 20th century a girl’s dowry was paid by her parents.

The last emperor in Istria

Tijd:06.04.2018.- 17.06.2018. Plaats:Gračišće-Gallignana

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The last emperor in Istria

Tijd:06.04.2018.- 17.06.2018. Plaats:Gračišće-Gallignana Plaats:Array
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Gastro Bike Tour

Tijd:01.05.2018.- 31.05.2018. Plaats:Rabac

Geen korte beschrijving

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Gastro Bike Tour

Tijd:01.05.2018.- 31.05.2018. Plaats:Rabac Plaats:Array

Enjoy gastro cycling tours by discovering the beauties of Labin and Rabac starting Tuesdays in May. Gastro Bike Tour half-day excursion for active bike fans is run by experienced guides from Rabac Bike Center. The tour departs in the morning, passing a 35 km long medium-difficulty route through the beautiful Istrian landscapes where you can expect a real home-made brunch at Cerovac family farm. Recreation and enjoyment in indigenous meals and wines is the perfect blend for springtime fun and discovering the beauties of Labin and Rapca.

Božica Dea Matošević: Vreće bez dna

Tijd:04.05.2018.- 01.07.2018. Plaats:Pula-Pola

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Božica Dea Matošević: Vreće bez dna

Tijd:04.05.2018.- 01.07.2018., 10:00 h20:00 Plaats:Pula-Pola Plaats:Array
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Post Factum

Tijd:04.05.2018.- 31.05.2018. Plaats:Rovinj-Rovigno

Geen korte beschrijving

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Post Factum

Tijd:04.05.2018.- 31.05.2018. Plaats:Rovinj-Rovigno Plaats:St. Thomas Gallery

Domagoj Burilović: “Post Factum“, an exhibition

Nick Hannes: Mediterranean. The Continuity of Man

Tijd:04.05.2018.- 10.06.2018. Plaats:Pula-Pola

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Nick Hannes: Mediterranean. The Continuity of Man

Tijd:04.05.2018.- 10.06.2018. Plaats:Pula-Pola Plaats:Array
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Pula Superiorum

Tijd:11.05.2018.- 01.06.2018. Plaats:Pula-Pola

17th days of antiquity on fridays

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Pula Superiorum

Tijd:11.05.2018.- 01.06.2018., 10:00 h21:00 Plaats:Pula-Pola Plaats:Array
17th days of antiquity on fridays

10:00 h21:00

This year\'s Days of Antiquity - Pula Svperiorvm bring an incredible program full of exciting events.
The festival venue is the central Roman square - Forum, the area in front of the excellently preserved Temple of Augustus and the Town Hall, which form a perfect background for the rich festival program.
This year the music and theater program will be held on May 11, May 18, May 25, June 1 and June 23 from 10 am to 9 pm.
Especially attractive parts of the festival are gladiator fights, held in the Arena as part of the historical and entertainment program Spectacvla Antiqva. This ancient spectacle, which has already attracted thousands of visitors, will be held on June 23, 2018 at 7.30 pm.

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Aromas and flavors of Istria

Tijd:12.05.2018.- 30.06.2018. Plaats:Pula-Pola

Tasting and sale of original Istrian agricultural products on Saturdays

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Aromas and flavors of Istria

Tijd:12.05.2018.- 30.06.2018., 09:00 h13:00 Plaats:Pula-Pola Plaats:Market
Tasting and sale of original Istrian agricultural products on Saturdays

09:00 h13:00

aMORE - Festival of the Sea

Tijd:23.05.2018.- 03.08.2018. Plaats:Poreč-Parenzo

aMORE is the first festival entirely dedicated to sea, an event intertwining art, culture and science.

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aMORE - Festival of the Sea

Tijd:23.05.2018.- 03.08.2018. Plaats:Poreč-Parenzo Plaats:Old town
aMORE is the first festival entirely dedicated to sea, an event intertwining art, culture and science.

The Festival’s goal is to draw attention to environmental, social and cultural importance of marine ecosystems as well as to human activities causing their degradation all with the goal of their preservation.

aMORE aims to raise the level of public awareness and to improve the relations developed and cultivated between local communities, visitors, tourists and sea. aMORE wishes to contribute to the activation of more mindful and responsible communities and tourists / travellers, whose collective action can contribute towards fulfilling The Global Goals for Sustainable Development, in order to preserve this priceless and crucial resource of ours.

Come and support aMORE and our seas!

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Ivana Armanini, Igor Hofbauer, Miron Milić

Tijd:24.05.2018.- 24.06.2018. Plaats:Poreč-Parenzo

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Ivana Armanini, Igor Hofbauer, Miron Milić

Tijd:24.05.2018.- 24.06.2018. Plaats:Poreč-Parenzo Plaats:Zuccato Gallery
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