Yeongdo-gu’s (Busan) Huinnyeoul Culture Village

Yeongdo-gu’s (Busan) Huinnyeoul Culture Village

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Called ‘Korean Santorini’ for a harmonised mingling of seashore lines and clis, the Huinnyeoul Culture Village has the blessings of scenic nature.

Xi'an's rejuvenation of a world cultural metropolis

Xi'an's rejuvenation of a world cultural metropolis

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Xi’an, known as Chang’an in the past, is the starting point of the ancient Silk Road, and the political, economic and cultural centre of ancient China.

Oradea’s Art Nouveau

Oradea’s Art Nouveau

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Oradea, the capital City of Bihor County, is an important economic, social and cultural centre in north-western Romania. It is the 10th largest city in Romanian and has a population of 221,567.

Mevlana Culture Valley

Mevlana Culture Valley

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Konya is one of Turkey’s oldest continuously inhabited cities, and ranks as one of the great cultural centers of Turkey. Konya is home to various archaeological sites, natural protected areas, and variate gastronomy.

Jongno-gu’s Changsin-Sungin sewing village

Jongno-gu’s Changsin-Sungin sewing village

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Located in Seoul, Jongno-gu has played an important role in the administration, politics, economy and culture of the city.

Culture in Motion

Culture in Motion

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Ciudad Juárez is the most populous city in the state of Chihuahua. It is one of Mexico’s main industrial centres, and an important commercial region located on the border of the United States.

The creation of Minwashin

The creation of Minwashin

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For 8000 years, the Anishinaabe have lived the Abitibi-Témiscamingue. After a law was passed in 1876, First Nations children were forced to attend residential schools and reserves were created, resulting in these groups losing their culture and language.

Bologna Culture Living Lab

Bologna Culture Living Lab

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Bologna is a vibrant medium-sized town in the north of Italy, and seat of the oldest University in Europe, a key factor for the city fostering culture, creativity, new ideas and social, intellectual and economic growth.

The cultural policy of the city of Trois-Rivières

The cultural policy of the city of Trois-Rivières

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Trois-Rivières, the second oldest French-speaking city in North America, was founded in 1634 and is the seat of the regional government. With a population of 138,134 in 2020, it is the ninth largest city in the province of Quebec.