Šibenik attracted more than 50 million kuna from the EU for the revitalization of fortresses

first_imgAt the 41st session of the World Heritage Committee in July this year, which took place in Krakow, Zadar and Šibenik were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. UNESCO protection was given to the Venetian ramparts of Zadar and the Šibenik fortress of St. Nicholas.Thus, Šibenik became the first city in Croatia with two cultural monuments on the UNESCO list, which certainly additionally means the wind behind the development of cultural tourism in Šibenik. At the same time, it provides access to funds for much-needed renovation and protection of the facility itself and the entire access zone. The fortress would preserve its original shape and become a central attraction and gathering place within the area of ​​the significant landscape of the Canal Harbor in Šibenik. Together with the arrangement of the promenade, the beach and the future visitor center in the former Minerska barracks, the UNESCO stamp will be the crown of the project of the Tourist valorization of the Channel of St. Ante in Šibenik, which started in 2010. Šibenik-Knin County for the tourist valorization of the fortress of St. Nikola in Šibenik and the protection of traditional architecture, within the Operational Program ‘Competitiveness and Cohesion’ of the Ministry of Regional Development and EU funds, 4,3 million kuna was approved.Thus, the Šibenik-Knin County has so far attracted more than 50 million kuna of EU money just for the revitalization of fortresses, reports Business diary.Sv. Nikola is now bringing in another 2,05 million kuna for the revitalization, and 2,3 million kuna has been allocated for the protection and presentation of the local autochthonous architecture, the dry stone wall. “Šibenik is extremely proud of all its four fortresses”, Commented for Poslovni dnevnik from the office of Mayor Željko Burić, reminding that so far Sv. Mihovil and Barone have become cultural and tourist attractions that attract many visitors from all over the world. “The history of the city is woven into them, and our intention is to restore and protect them, make them functional and show the world the wealth we have”, They say from the office.Šibenik Fortress of St. Nicholas on the UNESCO World Heritage List last_img read more

Bruce backing for Giggs

first_img Giggs was handed the reins for the last four games of the season when David Moyes was sacked this week, but he is not thought to be under consideration beyond that. The 40-year-old Welshman, a one-club man who has won every major honour at Old Trafford, has long been touted as a future United manager but, with his playing career still ongoing, the job may have come too early on this occasion. Press Association But Bruce, who played alongside Giggs during his time as club captain, believes he could yet edge out high-profile bosses such as Louis van Gaal and Carlo Ancelotti. “There’s been a lot of players who have jumped in – (Pep) Guardiola springs to mind, (Jurgen) Klinsmann springs to mind – big players in big jobs. And the one thing it won’t do is faze Ryan, he’s been at Man Utd all his life,” said the Hull manager. “If they win the next three or four games 4-0 there’ll be a clamour for Ryan I’m sure and you wish him the best of luck. “He has nothing to lose and no pressure on him, the supporters will be right behind him. He might win the next four games and give them something to think about. “Make no mistake when you do your first team talk or pick your first team it’s hard and you understand what a big job it is. “But the one thing that will never daunt him is the Man United thing, because he’s been there all his life. “He’s got a group around him who all know the Man United way and I’m sure Old Trafford will be behind him.” Bruce was also keen to offer a word of consolation for the axed Moyes. News of the Scot’s sacking was broken in the media on Monday afternoon before Moyes was officially told on Tuesday morning, and Bruce was disappointed to see the decision leak from his former club. “Looking from the outside you’d have to say, and I’m sure Man United feel the same, that they could have handled it better,” he said. “To find out on social media…we know the way the world works now, but I’m sure nobody would like to lose their job like that. “The one thing you do, and I’m sure Dave is doing it now, is take it personally. “I’m sure he’ll have a little break, reflect on it and come back better. But it’s certainly been a difficult few days for him.” Bruce was once viewed as a potential United manager himself, given his connections with the club, but while he would clearly relish such an opportunity he admits it something of a long shot. Asked if he would had been eyeing the vacancy, Bruce laughed. “Silly question,” he said. “I’ve done 10 or 11 years in the Premier League and what’s the next step? That’s the question I keep asking myself, for that we’ll just have to wait and see. “You seem to get pigeon-holed but you never give up. You never stop wanting to get to the top. “What they’re looking for is people who’ve won trophies and no disrespect to the club I work for now or Birmingham or Sunderland, but you can’t win the Premier League with those clubs. Like Bruce, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes his former team-mate Giggs ticks all the boxes to become a successful manager. Cardiff boss Solskjaer has spoken to Giggs this week, and he will also be looking for United to do the Welsh club a favour with their next two games being against Cardiff’s fellow relegation candidates Norwich and Sunderland. “I have spoken to Giggsy, of course, and I wished him all the best,” Solskjaer said. “A boy from Cardiff should do us favours now. The next two games are important for us. “Giggsy has got all the attributes to become a top, top manager one day, definitely. “When he was a player – he still is a player – he chooses his words very carefully. “He is not one of those that always speaks every single day, but when he speaks you listen. It has always been that way. He commands respect.” Solskjaer also revealed that he had spoken to Moyes, who, it appears, found out about his pending dismissal earlier this week through leaks in the media. “I don’t think it is for me to talk about,” added Solskjaer, when asked about Moyes’ exit. “You are sorry to see managers lose their jobs. I have had contact with David and thanked him for his help, because we brought Fabio and he has helped us with Wilf (Zaha). “Manchester United will always be challenging for the top places, so they will be fine. They will make the right decision (on a new manager). “Stuff leaks in the media all the time. I don’t know what happened, so I can’t comment on it.” Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, now far and away the longest-serving Premier League manager having taken charge of the north London club in 1996, was dismayed that United had not stuck with Moyes and warned the high turnover of coaches would affect the quality of coaching in the long term. “If you want quality people in any job, you need to give them time to develop and to become good, or people with the quality will not come into our job any more,” he said. “The average (job life) expectancy of an English professional club at the moment is 11 months, and that is quite unstable. Every guy who is married, has a family, will have a big hesitancy before he goes into that game. “That means the quality of the coaching and the quality of the managing is under threat.” Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis believes Manchester United’s reputation has been tarnished by the departure of Moyes after just 10 months in charge. The former Stoke boss believes Moyes deserved more time to make an impact at Old Trafford and feels the club’s image has been damaged by the manner of his exit. “Personally I’m disappointed, really disappointed for David. I think he deserved longer and the way it was handled was disappointing as well,” Pulis said. “Manchester United for the past 26 years have been a beacon of how to run a football club in respect of stability and how the club was built and how it was run. “A lot of that has been washed away over the last few days in how they handled the situation. That’s my personal view.” Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood thinks British managers like Moyes “don’t get a fair crack of the whip” and that too much was expected of him. “It’s obviously a shame when anyone loses their job and it’s a shame that David hadn’t been given the time,” he said “I think anyone needs the time to imprint their own style on a team and it was a tough job to follow Sir Alex Ferguson. “Everyone knew it was going to be a tough job for anyone who went in there. “I’ve said previously, he is the hardest-working manager I’ve ever seen. Whenever I’ve ever been to a game, he is there unless there are people with David Moyes’ masks on. “The guy is everywhere, he is diligent, wants to do his job, he is hard-working and I just think he needed more time. People can’t expect miracles.” Ryan Giggs has the gravitas to make his temporary stint in charge of Manchester United a permanent arrangement according to former Red Devils captain Steve Bruce. last_img read more

Site offers new course evaluations

first_imgAn academic reviewing website, MyEdu, now grants USC students access to its online database that provides users with course reviews, professor ratings, degree requirements and general school information.Before this semester, MyEdu charged students a fee for its various services, but now offers free access.“[We] enable the students to provide the information based on experience. Any official information we obtain is accessible to the public, but we focus on making it available in one easy-to-use website,” Kathryn Walker, a public relations associate for MyEdu, wrote in an e-mail.However, because USC is a private university, MyEdu is not able to obtain access to official grade records of the offered classes. MyEdu granted USC students access to its services independent of USC.“We do not work with USC administrators or faculty/staff but rather enable the students to provide the information based on experience. Any official information we obtain is accessible to the public, but we focus on making it available in one easy-to-use website,” Walker wrote.Walker said she believes that the site is able to provide the essential information, regardless.“I think it’s great that this has become openly available to USC students. I know so many people who rearrange their schedule once the semester starts because a class either didn’t live up to their expectations or they didn’t like the way the professor taught them,” said Julia Raynsford, a junior majoring in political science.About two years ago, the Undergraduate Student Government launched a new course guide based on student responses. In addition, the university provides student feedback online based on class evaluation forms given at the end of every course, but not all students find those services sufficient.“I wish USC had started using a program like [MyEdu] a long time ago,” said Natalie Mahdavi, a senior majoring in communication. “It definitely could have helped me pick out not only classes for my major but interesting electives as well.”MyEdu is also expanding into the social media world, working with Facebook to enhance  services to students. One such service is MyEdu’s new version of its Facebook application called “Schedule Planner,” which allows students to see what classes their friends are taking as well as post their own schedule.“Our new and improved schedule planner … also includes a ‘magic schedule maker’ that automatically plans classes based on courses a student inputs into their degree timeline,” Walker wrote.MyEdu was founded 10 years ago by three people looking to improve the way  students register for classes at Texas A&M University. Chris Chilek, John Cunningham and Michael Crosno created the website specifically to access professors’ grade histories to give them a better idea of what courses would be a good choice for them.The website quickly spread throughout the university, with more than 800 users in the first two months alone. It then expanded throughout various universities in Texas and is now being used by more than 750 universities and colleges nationwide, making it the largest database of academic information in the United States.“About two years ago, we found that there was a lot more we could do to help students than just find professors,” Chilek said.last_img read more

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