Talca: The challenge of building stronger ties to Agenda 21 for Culture
Talca is the capital of Maule, Chile and the main service centre for the region. The city has existed there for 300 years. Talca has suffered a significant loss of material heritage due to a regular cycle of earthquakes which culminated in 2010.
Seferihisar, Seed Swap Festival
Seferihisar is a harbor town situated 45 km away from Izmir, on the Aegean coast in Turkey.
The decentralization of cultural policy – Ramallah model
Ramallah is a city about 10 miles north of the capital Jerusalem. Ramallah, like all other Palestinian cities, is struggling to rise from the destruction created by Israeli military forces during the last 60 years of occupation.
Namur Confluent Culture: an ambitious approach to culture by the Meuse-side city
Namur, the capital of Wallonia, is home to 110,000 residents. It is ideally located in the centre of Belgium, at the confluence of the Meuse and the Sambre Rivers, whose courses and traffic both flow through the city.
“Urban Art Gallery” of Lisbon
Nature, culture and people in Jeju Island
Jeju is a volcanic island created entirely from volcanic eruptions in the past, which is located in East Asia. While known for its beautiful nature, Jeju Island’s inhospitable environments—rough soil and frequent typhoons—have caused islanders to suffer.
Twinning for a culture of sustainability, Hannover
Hannover, the capital of Lower Saxony with about 520,000 inhabitants, is amongst the top 15 cities in Germany. It is a "green city" with the largest urban forest in Europe and numerous green spaces on the banks of the Leine river.
Musem – Culinary art training centre of Gaziantep
Gaziantep is located in the south-eastern region of Anatolia in Mesopotamia. The city is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Its history dates back to the Bronze Age and is home to Hittite, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman layers.
Gabrovo: Trends in cultural development
When one analyses the culture of a town, it makes sense to start with its citizens, the people who have chosen to share its good or bad spaces, to be a part of the processes to change it...