The city of Vukovar will get a new museum, library and wine shop and souvenir shop within the Franciscan monastery

first_imgToday, 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.last_img read more

Alexander: Yasiel Puig remains a fan favorite, but Dodgers don’t miss him

first_img Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Nice. Roberts tried to talk him into the concept that games and pennants and World Series are won in the moment, and not necessarily in a contract year, but here we are.So Puig, who signed a seven-year, $42 million deal with the Dodgers in 2012 after escaping from Cuba, is lining up his next payday. He will be 29 this December, closing in on the age at which free agents recently have been lucky to get one-year major league deals, and it might take the type of walk year Adrián Beltré had for the Dodgers in 2004 (48 homers, 121 RBIs, 1.017 OPS) to convince someone to risk big dollars.Maybe Monday’s first at-bat was an early sample. Moments after waving feebly at a curve in his first at-bat against Clayton Kershaw, Puig scalded an 87 mph slider (with, admittedly, not much slide) to dead center for a two-run homer, his second of the season.Are there ill feelings between Puig and his former team? Don’t listen to the words. Watch the actions.A Dodgers delegation including Roberts, club president Stan Kasten, baseball ops boss Andrew Friedman and managing partner Mark Walter trooped over to the visitors’ side Monday afternoon to present the Reds’ former Dodgers with their 2018 National League championship rings. Matt Kemp, Kyle Farmer and Alex Wood, who has been injured but joined the club in L.A., accepted them, and according to Roberts, the group had a nice chat.Former hitting coach Turner Ward “was in the cage,” working with hitters, Roberts said. “And Yasiel didn’t make it, so we’ll give them their rings at some other point.”Related Articles PreviousThe Reds’ Yasiel Puig #42 celebrates after hitting a two run homer in the first inning during their game against the Dodgers during Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium Monday April 15, 2019. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)The Reds’ Yasiel Puig, right, watches the flight of his solo home run as Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw, left, also turns to watch during the first inning of Monday’s game at Dodger Stadium. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)The Reds’ Yasiel Puig speaks to reporters prior to Monday’s game against the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium. Puig, in a surprise to few, was an hour later to the session. 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(Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 15: Former Los Angeles Dodger Yasiel Puig #66, now of the Cincinnati Reds, steps out of the dugout during batting practice before the game on Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium on April 15, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 15: Former Los Angeles Dodger Yasiel Puig #66, now of the Cincinnati Reds, stretches during batting practice, before the game on Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium on April 15, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)Cincinnati Reds’ Yasiel Puig warms up prior to a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Monday, April 15, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Cincinnati Reds’ Yasiel Puig catches a football thrown by Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen as he speaks to reporters prior to a baseball game between the Dodgers and the Reds, Monday, April 15, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 15: Former Los Angeles Dodgers Yasiel Puig, now of the Cincinnati Reds, reacts to his catch from a football thrown by former teammate Kenley Jansen #74, during a press conference before the game on Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium on April 15, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)Cincinnati Reds’ Yasiel Puig, right, is greeted by Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen as Puig speaks to reporters prior to a baseball game between the Dodgers and the Reds, Monday, April 15, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Cincinnati Reds’ Yasiel Puig tips his helmet to fans as he comes up to bat during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Monday, April 15, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Cincinnati Reds’ Yasiel Puig hits a solo home run during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Monday, April 15, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Cincinnati Reds’ Yasiel Puig, right, hits a solo home run as Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Austin Barnes, left, watches along with home plate umpire Angel Hernandez during the first inning of a baseball game Monday, April 15, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 15: Yasiel Puig #42 of the Cincinnati Reds takes a swing in his first at bat in his return to his former team during the first inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium on April 15, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. All players are wearing the number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 15: Yasiel Puig #42 of the Cincinnati Reds takes a swing in his first at bat in his return to his former team during the first inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium on April 15, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. All players are wearing the number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)The Reds’ Yasiel Puig #42 hits a two run homer in the first inning during their game against the Dodgers during Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium Monday April 15, 2019. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)Cincinnati Reds’ Yasiel Puig flips his bat after hitting a solo home run during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Monday, April 15, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Dodger starring pitcher Clayton Kershaw #42 looks away as the Reds’ Yasiel Puig #42 rounds the bases after hitting a two run homer in the first inning during Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium Monday April 15, 2019. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 15: Yasiel Puig #42 of the Cincinnati Reds celebrates his two run homerun to take a 2-0 lead during the first inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium on April 15, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. All players are wearing the number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)The Reds’ Yasiel Puig #42 celebrates after hitting a two run homer in the first inning during their game against the Dodgers during Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium Monday April 15, 2019. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)The Reds’ Yasiel Puig #42 celebrates after hitting a two run homer in the first inning during their game against the Dodgers during Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium Monday April 15, 2019. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)The Reds’ Yasiel Puig #42 celebrates after hitting a two run homer in the first inning during their game against the Dodgers during Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium Monday April 15, 2019. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)The Reds’ Yasiel Puig #42 celebrates after hitting a two run homer in the first inning during their game against the Dodgers during Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium Monday April 15, 2019. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)The Reds’ Yasiel Puig, right, watches the flight of his solo home run as Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw, left, also turns to watch during the first inning of Monday’s game at Dodger Stadium. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)NextShow Caption1 of 26The Reds’ Yasiel Puig, right, watches the flight of his solo home run as Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw, left, also turns to watch during the first inning of Monday’s game at Dodger Stadium. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)ExpandLOS ANGELES — The news conference, Yasiel Puig’s first act in Los Angeles as a member of the Cincinnati Reds, was supposed to begin at 3 p.m.By 3:40, Reds publicist Rob Butcher walked into the room and uttered what were probably the least surprising words to be heard in Dodger Stadium over the last six years: “Yasiel’s late.”Not in the room. Not in the ballpark. And not a new story for players and coaches on the home side, who had dealt with Puig’s often casual approach to accountability since his arrival in the major leagues in 2013.So tell us again, Puig fans, exactly what we are, um, missing since the trade last December that sent Puig and three other Dodgers to Cincinnati for, essentially, California League shortstop Jeter Downs and Midwest League right-handed pitcher Josiah Gray. Puig’s take, when he finally made it to the press conference room more than an hour after his scheduled time:“He told me (that the rings would be presented). He can send the ring to my locker or give it to me in batting practice. I don’t care.”Maybe the sting of his rejection, coupled with the prospect of free agency, will lead to a monster year for Puig after six seasons of occasional greatness mixed with frustration.Whatever. When all is said and done, the Dodgers – with fewer distractions and less likelihood of repeated fundamental screwups – will be a better, more efficient team without Puig than they were with him.Many Dodger fans miss him now, as indicated by the noise level when Puig came to the plate. The view here is that they’ll have forgotten him by October.jalexander@scng.com@Jim_Alexander on Twittercenter_img Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Yes, Puig was exciting and talented. Also mercurial, emotional, a risk taker who relied on his instincts and was just as apt to airmail a throw from the outfield and allow a runner to take an extra base as he was to gun down a runner from the right field corner.Licking the bat, wagging his tongue, kissing the hitting coach on the forehead, getting in a dustup with an opponent who didn’t appreciate his unique style … those were all part of the package. They excited and delighted the fans, while more than occasionally exasperating the men alongside whom Puig played.Late? Wasn’t the first time, won’t be the last time, and it couldn’t be nearly as egregious as the time he showed up late for the 2014 home opener, thinking it was a night game, and was benched.Don Mattingly, Puig’s first manager, got to where he rolled his eyes. Dave Roberts tried to be the patient dad – remember when he “grounded” Puig for lack of attention on the basepaths – but at some point patience wears thin, doesn’t it? New Reds manager David Bell will soon understand if he doesn’t already.Unless … unless the lure of free agency energizes Puig into a banner season. He suggested as much in a spring training interview, telling Cincinnati writers: “The last couple years I didn’t work hard because I still have a contract to go. Now I think I’ll work hard more than any year in my life.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more