• International Danube Project “Art on the River”0

    The differences between two generations of artists “Art on the River” (“Kunst am Strom”) brings together artists and curators from the Danube region. The project aims at presenting various artistic positions from the Danube countries, which will be shown in a travelling ex- hibition in 2020 and 2021. What’s more, artists and curators will meet

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  • I feel Slovenia!

    I feel Slovenia!0

    My colleague Sabine Geller are on our way to explore Slovenia, one of the “greenest countries in Europe”. Sustainable tourism is very important in this relatively small EU country with its 20.000 km2 and about two million inhabitants. We want our road trip from Ulm to be sustainable. We start our trip in Jettingen-Scheppach with

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  • Schallaburg – a journey along the Danube

    Schallaburg – a journey along the Danube0

    Is it possible to plan a “shorttrip” along the whole Danube? Thanks to a current exhibition in Schallaburg in Lower Austria, it is! Danube Connects has set out on a journey from the Danube’s mouth to Schallaburg and on to Donaueschingen to discover the secrets of the second longest river in Europe. “2840 kilometres to

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  • KOLO Wheel – A 5200-year-old “perpetuum mobile”

    KOLO Wheel – A 5200-year-old “perpetuum mobile”0

    There actually is a perpetuum mobile? Figuratively speaking, yes. It is the 5200-year-old Kolo Wheel, the oldest wheel with an axle in world history. We had a look at the original in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana, the place where it was found, and in Innsbruck we witnessed how it still connects and advances countries and

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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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