Dubrovnik has been featured in a European Union project with a stunning new video entitled “The City.” UNESCO world heritage around the Adriatic were included in a project co-funded by the European Union within the framework of the Adriatic IPA Cross-Border Cooperation 2007-2013 program.
The results are magnificent and Dubrovnik, its history, its traditions and its culture, shine through in this video. The video was released at the final days of the EX.PO AUS project in Dubrovnik in early February. Seven countries and twelve partner cities were all included in the project with Dubrovnik as the lead partner. The main coordinator of the project EX.PO AUS was Biserka Simatovic from the Department for entrepreneurship, tourism and the sea of the City of Dubrovnik and Jelena Mrcela director and owner of Dalmatia Aeterna Ltd.
Apart from Dubrovnik this Adriatic project included the Region of Istria, the City of Split, the Province of Ferrara, the Municipality of Ravenna, the Municipality of Alberobello, the University of Primorska in Slovenia, the Centre for Conservation and Archaeology of Montenegro, the Commission to Preserve National Monuments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Office of Administration and Coordination of Butrint in Albania and the Municipality of Corfu.
This new promotion of Dubrovnik on a cultural level was produced by the Dubrovnik based LMT Studio and the owner, Tonci Miletic, commented that “It was an honour to be involved in such a worthy project.”