Today, the Franciscan Monastery of Vukovar presented the project “Integration of the cultural and historical heritage of the Franciscan monastery Vukovar into the tourist offer of the city of Vukovar ” which will open new tourist and educational potentials of the city of Vukovar and the entire Vukovar-Srijem County through investments in the restoration and revitalization of cultural assets within the Franciscan Monastery.The project Integration of Cultural and Historical Heritage of the Franciscan Monastery Vukovar into the Tourist Offer of the City of Vukovar, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund and the Fund for Reconstruction and Development of the City of Vukovar, will restore and preserve one immovable cultural property Franciscan Monastery Vukovar and four movable cultural goods ( 3 collections of books comprising books from the 1th, XNUMXth, XNUMXth centuries and registers and XNUMX collection of monastery inventories).The Guardian of the Franciscan Monastery Vukovar, Fr. Ivica Jagodić, pointed out on this occasion: “Since its founding in 1723, the Franciscan monastery has been and remains a hotbed of religion, education and culture and a guardian of the Croatian language and identity. Despite numerous occupations and weather uncertainties, the Franciscans managed to preserve cultural and artistic treasures, and the complexity and integrity of the heritage of the Franciscan monastery is one of the most valuable monuments of continental Croatia and is registered as a cultural monument of high A (I) category. Thanks to the project Integration of Cultural and Historical Heritage of the Franciscan Monastery Vukovar into the Tourist Offer of the City of Vukovar, whose implementation was contributed by key stakeholders and partners – the City of Vukovar, Vukovar-Srijem County, Vukovar Tourist Board, Vukovar City Museum , the city of Vukovar will show its richest treasury of treasures, while the Franciscan monastery with the already dedicated church of St. Philip and James to take on a new dimension that is reflected in the rich cultural heritage.”In addition, by the end of the year, the Franciscan Museum will house the Franciscan Museum, which will show the rich cultural and artistic heritage preserved in the monastery’s architectural habitus, while the reconstruction and arrangement of the attic will create adequate space for scientific and educational activities and adequate care. Marko Kurolt. Last but not least, the unused cellar of the Franciscan monastery will be replaced by a wine shop and souvenir shop where designed souvenirs and museum brochures will be available, as well as souvenirs and other products of local producers (winemakers, souvenir crafts, beekeepers, etc.). good monasteries provide additional, market value.
A total of 24 countries will take part in the qualifiers – divided into six groups. According to FIBA, the top two teams of each group will secure places at the 2021 Asia Cup. Meanwhile, the third-placed team in each group will battle over the four remaining slots in the tournament.The qualifiers will run until February next year, as teams play both home and away matches – giving local supporters the opportunity to cheer on their national squads directly during the matches. The second window of the qualifiers will be held in November, while the last is scheduled for February 2021.Team Indonesia is currently working to naturalize two United States-born players, Lester Prosper and Brandon Jawato, to strengthen the national team. The process, however, was still being reviewed by the President.“We will play an all-Indonesian team [for this qualifier],” Danny said.During Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting, President Jokowi had asked Perbasi to prepare a strong squad for the 2023 FIBA World Cup. Indonesia will jointly host the event with the Philippines and Japan.The national basketball team has yet to achieve a good result lately. During the 2019 Southeast Asian Games in the Philippines in December, team Indonesia – currently standing 88th in the FIBA World Rankings – only finished fourth after losing to Vietnam in the third-place match.Topics : Indonesia will hold the 2021 International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Asia Cup qualification this week despite a concern over the threat of COVID-19, the disease resulting from the novel coronavirus, following a green light from the association.Speaking after attending a limited Cabinet meeting at the Presidential Office with President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo on Tuesday, Indonesian Basketball Association (Perbasi) chairman Danny Kosasih said that FIBA had recommended the national association to go on with the qualifiers.“We have received a letter from FIBA that recommends that we continue to hold the qualification game on Feb. 20 [Thursday],” Danny said. The Indonesian national basketball team is set to face South Korea and the Philippines on Thursday and Sunday, respectively, at the Mahaka Arena in Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta. The three countries were drawn in Group A, along with Thailand.Perbasi previously had to seek confirmation from the Youth and Sports Ministry regarding the qualification event amid the COVID-19 outbreak that has spread across several Southeast Asian countries. The outbreak has also killed one person in the Philippines.The ministry responded by issuing a recommendation letter on Friday last week for the basketball association to cancel the qualification event. The letter was issued after the ministry consulted with the Health Ministry.Read also: RI basketball needs booster to reach world stage
Ayew’s consistently impressive displays have now been recognised by fans and team-mates alike, with the former Aston Villa and Marseille frontman winning Player of the Season and Players’ Player of the Season for 2019/20. He scooped the former award – voted for by supporters – by claiming 37 per cent of almost 6,000 total votes, finishing comfortably ahead of goalkeeper Vicente Guaita and veteran defender Gary Cahill, who enjoyed a fine first campaign in south London before injury struck. If that was not quite enough, Ayew completed a treble of prizes by winning Palace’s Goal of the Season honour for his sensational late Boxing Day winner against London rivals West Ham. “I’ve worked so hard to get into the team and I think the first season I came into this team wasn’t the best but the club had faith in me, the club wanted me to stay and I wanted to stay as well,” Ayew said. “I had the desire to have a better season and things have gone so well. I’m just grateful.” Loading… Read Also: Community Shield: Fans to watch Liverpool face Arsenal or Chelsea Palace boss Roy Hodgson added: “[Jordan] is an unbelievable enthusiast and hard worker, somebody really who never falls below a certain level of performance, someone who never misses a training session and is always lively and alert in each training session, irrespective if it’s the day after coming back after a long journey or after having a day or two off. “He’s made great strides going forward. When he came to us, he showed a lot of qualities but I think the qualities he possesses he really has worked on and improved… Well done, Jordan.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Crystal Palace striker Jordan Ayew was recognised for a stellar campaign during the club’s end-of-season awards show on Tuesday. The Ghanaian international enjoyed a strong year after completing a permanent move to Selhurst Park last summer following a season-long loan from Swansea City, scoring nine goals in 39 appearances across all competitions. Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksContemplate Life At These 10 Stargazing LocationsTop 10 Enemies Turned Friends In TV10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It AppearedThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?