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Over 24,000 documents of Macedonian cultural heritage available in digital form

07. December 2010. | 07:26

Source: MIA

The expert team of Skopje Regional Centre for Digitisation of Cultural Heritage (RECEDIG) has completed the computerization of over 24,000 documents, Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska said Monday.

The expert team of Skopje Regional Centre for Digitisation of Cultural Heritage (RECEDIG) has completed the computerization of over 24,000 documents, Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska said Monday.

Expressing satisfaction with the center's functioning, Kancevska-Milevska said that the establishment of this - first of its kind institution on the Balkans - supported by UNESCO, was very significant for Macedonia. As a country we have demonstrated our capacity to adopt new technologies and first digitise our cultural heritage and than along with other countries of the region to participate in other projects, she said.

Pasko Kuzman, Director of Macedonia's Cultural Heritage Protection Office, expressed hope that the digitization of Macedonia's cultural heritage would set a base for further communication with the SEE countries, who gave their green light for the center to be located in Skopje.

RECEDIG is the result of a project financed by the Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs – Italian Development Cooperation, and realised by UNESCO through its regional office for Science and Culture in Europe, based in Venice (UNESCO Venice Office). The Centre was created in close collaboration with the Macedonian Ministry of Culture, and it operates under the aegis of the Cultural Heritage Protection Office.

This initiative is part of the broader strategy for enhancing cultural cooperation in South-Eastern Europe within the framework of the annual ministerial conferences on cultural heritage in SEE, which includes the development of regional centres of excellence in the different domains of cultural heritage safeguarding and management.


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08. December 2010. 11:02:44

| Branko Kis


Macedonia for the Macedonians

08. December 2010. 11:02:44

| Sasha


Macedonia for the regional Macedonians: Bulgarians, Greeks, Albanians, Vlachs, Romas, Turks, and Torbeshi. As long as our cultural heriatge is at stake all regional Macedonians of every ethnicity should be proud!
Long live the youth of Macedonia!

08. December 2010. 11:02:44

| Macedonia



You shame your own Bulgarian ancestors by denying your own Bulgarian roots with silly 19th century ultranationalist slogans (not to mention hurt relationships with neighbours.

"The political and military leaders of the Slavs of Macedonia at the turn of the century seem not to have heard Misirkov's call for a separate Macedonian national identity; they continued to identify themselves in a national sense as Bulgarians rather than Macedonians."
* Loring Danforth, "The Macedonian Conflict: Ethnic Nationalism in a Transnational World", Princeton Univ Press,(December 1995), p.64

08. December 2010. 11:02:44

| toni


macedonia timeless

08. December 2010. 11:02:44

| Krater Makedonski


This message is for the VULGAR BUGAROMANI here. I suspect they are ODRODI-MACEDONIANS.

Go and learn who are the TRUE BULGAR(IAN)S, first, then come back with your findings. I suggest you first start reading some of "your" historians. I recommend to you one of "your" most eminent of historians, Vasil Zlatarski. OK, BUGAROMANCHINJA?

The Macedonians do NOT have Bulgar ancestors. Some of them have had BUGAROMANI (=artificial/in-name-only "Bulgari") ancestors, product of the "bulgar(isation)" propaganda in Macedonia.

If you wish to find out who is Krater Makedonski, read "Life of Eumenes" by Plutarch. That way you will learn your TRUE MACEDONIAN history and you will NOT be a waste of space like you are now. :-((

P.S. Pozdrav do mojot poznanik Branko Kish. :-))


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