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  • Sarajevo and Prokoško Jezero <br/> Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina

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    When you think of Bosnia and Herzegovina, war automatically comes to your mind. But this young European country wants to show the world how beautiful it actually is. We visit the historically interesting capital and take a trip to the country’s sumptuous nature. “Tomorrow, we’re driving to Prokoško Jezero”, says Faruk Osmanović, owner of the

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  • Bringing Danube women stories to life

    Bringing Danube women stories to life0

    A festive poster exhibition in the Museum of Ulm in summer 2018 completed the European project “Danube Women City Guide”. The international Danube Festival – a feast of encounter and exchange of people from all countries along the river Danube – provided the perfect location for the presentation of the result of the project: The

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    River across borders0

    The Thaya river connects Austria’s northernmost national park with the Czech Podyji National Park. Ever since the fall of the Iron Curtain, both countries have been cooperating to preserve Europe’s untouched wilderness. Looking at the National Park Centre Hardegg, you’ll have difficulty believing it belongs to the smallest town in Austria. It’s large, spacious and

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    Nothing touches us as the untouched0

    In order to be called National Park, an area has to fulfil certain conditions. These include a natural environment hardly influenced by human activity, and a focus on protecting this environment. The parks are largely untouched areas that can reveal their beauty. There are six National Parks in Austria, and danube connects visited three of

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    Touristic attractions along the Danube string together just like a pearl necklace. But how can tourists get from one pearl to the next in an environmentally friendly way – by bus, train, boat or bike? The EU INTERREG project Transdanube.Pearls is trying to answer this question and improve services, standards and information in line with

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    The Thaya river connects Austria’s northernmost national park with the Czech Podyji National Park. Ever since the fall of the Iron Curtain, both countries have been cooperating to preserve Europe’s untouched wilderness. Looking at the National Park Centre Hardegg, you’ll have difficulty believing it belongs to the smallest town in Austria. It’s large, spacious and

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Ein neues Magazin für die Donauregion

Die Donau. Ihre Geschichte und die Menschen, die an ihren Ufern leben, machen sie nicht nur in Europa, sondern weltweit einzigartig. Sie vereint Länder und Kulturen, die mit einem gemeinsamen Ziel Synergien schaffen und Potenziale eröffnen. Jetzt liegt es an uns, diese vielseitigen Potenziale der Donau auch zu nutzen. Deswegen unterstützen wir das zukunftsorientierte Projekt zur Entwicklung der Donauregion der Europäischen Union mit unserem Magazin danube connects – dem Magazin für die Donauländer. Denn es ist ein Vorhaben, das den Fluss zu einem Instrument der Hoffnung für ganz Europa macht. Eine solide Donauregion leistet einen wichtigen Beitrag, die Europäische Union auf globaler Ebene zu stärken.

danube connects – das Magazin für die Donauländer

Bis heute herrscht ein Mangel an Informationen darüber, welche Ideen und Ziele das Projekt „Donauregion“ verfolgt und welche Erfolge es bereits vorzuweisen hat. Es ist dringend erforderlich, diese Lücke zu schließen.

Aus diesem Grund haben wir das Magazin danube connects ins Leben gerufen, die bis heute einzige internationale Informationsplattform ist. Journalisten aus den Donauländern, die dem Verband der Donaujournalisten angehören, berichten hier über die vielseitigen Kooperationen, Partnerschaften und Projekte entlang der Donau.

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    In order to be called National Park, an area has to fulfil certain conditions. These include a natural environment hardly influenced by human activity, and a focus on protecting this environment. The parks are largely untouched areas that can reveal their beauty. There are six National Parks in Austria, and danube connects visited three of

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    Editor
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