On Thursday 16th January was held in Slovenia, at the premises of the Italian Community of Isola, in Palazzo Manzioli, the 3rd Steering Committee of the project PRIMIS - MULTICULTURAL TRAVEL BETWEEN ITALY AND SLOVENIA AT THE PRISM OF MINORANCES, a project co-financed by the EU Interreg Italy-Slovenia 2014-2020 programme.

The project, which sees Informest in the role of technical assistance to the Directorate of Culture and Sport of the Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia, was the opportunity to carry out by the partnership (which in addition to RA FVG sees the Union of Italians as the leadpartner, the Veneto Region, the Association Projekt, the Coastal self-managed community of Italian nationality, the Slovenian Regional Economic Union, Zeleni kras, The Chamber of Slovenia for Tourism and Hospitality, The Fondazione Centro Studi Transfrontaliero del Comelico e Sappada and the GAL of Venezia Orientale) a productive update of the state of the work in progress to map the tangible and intangible heritage of the indigenous communities involved in the project (Italians in Slovenia, Slovenes in Italy, Cimbri, Ladins and Friulians in Veneto) whose data collected will be included in a multimedia platform, as well as preparatory actions in view of the activities that will see the first results in the coming months. It was also presented the start of the renovation of Palazzo Gravisi Buttorai in Koper, destined to become a reference centre for the Italian linguistic community in Slovenia.



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