Site visits on the south of Moldova

During October, Cross-border Cooperation and European Integration Agency Cahul organized two Site visits in the framework of the activity 2.3.1 of the project “Green Tourism and Historical Heritage – a stepping stone for the development of the Black Sea Basin (GreeTHIS)”, funded by the European Union through the Black Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020.

The first of them took place in the city of Cahul on October 15 and the participants of this event had the opportunity to visit the main tourist attractions from the Cahul city.

The second one was organized as a tour during which several representative tourist objectives were visited for the south of Moldova such as Golden Hills from Valeni village, and to the Traditional Courtyard “Casa Dorului”, Beleu Lake, the monument in memory of the Battle from Cahul, located at the entrance to Vulcanesti city, Traian Valley, Vinia Traian Winery, etc.

 

These activities have the purpose of examining the local potential tourism in order to evaluate the types of services and products that will have to be developed in order to enhance the local cultural tourism.

Третій “Навчальний візит – D.T.2.3.1” в м.Ізмаїл, Україна

21 жовтня 2019 року в м. Ізмаїл в рамках проекту «GreeTHiS – Зелений туризм та історична спадщина – сходинка для розвитку Басейну Чорного моря”, що фінансується Спільною операційною програмою «Басейн Чорного моря 2014-2020», зацікавленими сторонами (предстаіниками НУО, державних та комунальних установ, МСП, асоціацій) було відвідано підрозділ КЗ ІМР «Музей О.В. Суворова» – Діораму «Штурм фортеці Ізмаїл», що є культурної та архітектурною пам’яткою національного значення.


Даний захід було організовано партнером проекту – Виконавчим комітетом Ізмаїльської міської ради в рамках реалізації заходу A.T2.3 «Відвідування культурних та історичних об’єктів».
Діорама «Штурм фортеці Ізмаїл» була відкрита 9 травня 1973 року в найстарішій будівлі міста – турецькій мечеті кінця 16 століття. Мечеть є одним з небагатьох зразків на території України середньовічної класичної османської архітектури періоду її найвищого розквіту.


Відвідувачі змогли ознайомитись із одним із ключових періодів історії міста, відвідати архітектурну пам’ятку, що демонструє мусульманський (турецький) період м. Ізмаїл, ознайомитись із історією побуту та ремеслами жителів фортеці Ізмаїл тощо.

Third “Site visit – D.T.2.3.1” in Izmail, Ukraine

On October 21st, 2019 in Izmail within the framework of the project “GreeTHiS – Green Tourism and Historical Heritage – a Stepping Stone for the Development of the Black Sea Basin”, funded by the Joint Operational Programme “Black Sea Basin 2014-2020”, stakeholders (representatives of NGOs, state and municipal institutions, SMEs, associations) have visited the Branch of the Communal establishment of Izmail City Council “Historical Museum Named after Oleksandr Suvorov” – Diorama “The Izmail Fortress Asault”, which is a cultural and architectural monument of national importance.


The event was organized by a partner of the project – the Executive Committee of the Izmail City Council in framework of the implementation of A.T2.3 “Site visits to potential historical and cultural tourist objects”.
Diorama “The Izmail Fortress Asault” was opened on May 9th 1973 in the oldest building of the city – Turkish mosque of the late 16th century. The mosque is one of the few examples of medieval classical Ottoman architecture in Ukraine during its heyday.


Visitors were able to get acquainted with one of the key periods of the city’s history, visit an architectural monument demonstrating the Muslim (Turkish) period of Izmail, get acquainted with the history of everyday life and crafts of the inhabitants of the fortress of Izmail.

Third “Site visit – D.T.2.3.1” in Izmail, Ukraine

On October 21st, 2019 in Izmail within the framework of the project “GreeTHiS – Green Tourism and Historical Heritage – a Stepping Stone for the Development of the Black Sea Basin”, funded by the Joint Operational Programme “Black Sea Basin 2014-2020”, stakeholders (representatives of NGOs, state and municipal institutions, SMEs, associations) have visited the Branch of the Communal establishment of Izmail City Council “Historical Museum Named after Oleksandr Suvorov” – Diorama “The Izmail Fortress Asault”, which is a cultural and architectural monument of national importance.


The event was organized by a partner of the project – the Executive Committee of the Izmail City Council in framework of the implementation of A.T2.3 “Site visits to potential historical and cultural tourist objects”.
Diorama “The Izmail Fortress Asault” was opened on May 9th 1973 in the oldest building of the city – Turkish mosque of the late 16th century. The mosque is one of the few examples of medieval classical Ottoman architecture in Ukraine during its heyday.


Visitors were able to get acquainted with one of the key periods of the city’s history, visit an architectural monument demonstrating the Muslim (Turkish) period of Izmail, get acquainted with the history of everyday life and crafts of the inhabitants of the fortress of Izmail.

Third “Site visit – D.T.2.3.1” in Izmail, Ukraine

On October 21st, 2019 in Izmail within the framework of the project “GreeTHiS – Green Tourism and Historical Heritage – a Stepping Stone for the Development of the Black Sea Basin”, funded by the Joint Operational Programme “Black Sea Basin 2014-2020”, stakeholders (representatives of NGOs, state and municipal institutions, SMEs, associations) have visited the Branch of the Communal establishment of Izmail City Council “Historical Museum Named after Oleksandr Suvorov” – Diorama “The Izmail Fortress Asault”, which is a cultural and architectural monument of national importance.


The event was organized by a partner of the project – the Executive Committee of the Izmail City Council in framework of the implementation of A.T2.3 “Site visits to potential historical and cultural tourist objects”.
Diorama “The Izmail Fortress Asault” was opened on May 9th 1973 in the oldest building of the city – Turkish mosque of the late 16th century. The mosque is one of the few examples of medieval classical Ottoman architecture in Ukraine during its heyday.


Visitors were able to get acquainted with one of the key periods of the city’s history, visit an architectural monument demonstrating the Muslim (Turkish) period of Izmail, get acquainted with the history of everyday life and crafts of the inhabitants of the fortress of Izmail.