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  • Youth connects – Creative Danube in Ellwangen

    Youth connects – Creative Danube in Ellwangen0

    The 48th Methodius Day in Ellwangen brought together young people from different European countries to discuss their aspirations for the future of the EU. Danube Connects was there and met the young people at a workshop. Seven members took part in our cultural journalism workshop. All young women, between 15 and 26 years old. They

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  • Bringing Danube women stories to life

    Bringing Danube women stories to life0

    A festive poster exhibition in the Museum of Ulm in summer 2018 completed the European project “Danube Women City Guide”. The international Danube Festival – a feast of encounter and exchange of people from all countries along the river Danube – provided the perfect location for the presentation of the result of the project: The

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  • Sarajevo and Prokoško Jezero <br/> Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Sarajevo and Prokoško Jezero
    Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina
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    When you think of Bosnia and Herzegovina, war automatically comes to your mind. But this young European country wants to show the world how beautiful it actually is. We visit the historically interesting capital and take a trip to the country’s sumptuous nature. “Tomorrow, we’re driving to Prokoško Jezero”, says Faruk Osmanović, owner of the

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  • River across borders

    River across borders0

    The Thaya river connects Austria’s northernmost national park with the Czech Podyji National Park. Ever since the fall of the Iron Curtain, both countries have been cooperating to preserve Europe’s untouched wilderness. Looking at the National Park Centre Hardegg, you’ll have difficulty believing it belongs to the smallest town in Austria. It’s large, spacious and

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