Last modified: March 25, 2021

GreeTHIS (BSB305) – Virtual Guide for Historic Black Sea Cross Border Sites and Heritage Assets

25/03/2021

The Virtual Guide for Historic Black Sea Cross Border Sites and Heritage Assets has the goal to raise awareness about the necessity for the preservation of cultural and natural heritage. This is an interactive tool that will allow visitors locating sites and assets on the map, have a virtual tour in those locations and also discover their history and learn other interesting information.

The following locations are included in the Virtual Guide:

Bulgaria

Georgia

Greece

Republic of Moldova

Romania

Ukraine

The Virtual guide was created in the framework of the project Green Tourism and Historical heritage – a stepping stone for the development of the Black Sea Basin GreeTHiS.


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