Wednesday, January 8, 2003 - 23:00

WINNERS :

Grand prix du meilleur film catégorie «parcs et jardins »
Prix spécial de la Province de Namur
« Bezier ! Bezier ! » Suzy Placet, Angleterre

Wednesday, January 8, 2003 - 23:00

The pages on a virtual exhibition of European history have been translated recently in every language of E.U.

Tuesday, January 7, 2003 - 23:00

It deals at the same time with history, botany, ecology, as well as keeping methodologies.

L?Università Internazionale dell?Arte, situated in Villa Il Ventaglio in Florence , with il Centro Studi sul Giardino e il Paesaggio - direction : architect Mariachiara Pozzana - are organising a training in year 2003 under the title : ?Restauratori di Giardini e Parchi Storici?.

The training of 400 hours is sub-divised into four modules on the various subjects, each of them being introduced by a course and followed by lectures of various specialists.

Monday, January 6, 2003 - 23:00

Under the decision of Prime K. Simitis, this program gives the possibility to 450 of the best pupils to visit a European capital : Rome, Berlin, Paris, Madrid or London. The aim of this idea is to promote European mobility based on knowledge, the personnality of each pupil, creativity and awareness raising of European culture. During their trip, pupils travel with 50 teachers, members of the staff of the General Secretary for Youth and representatives of Greek representations in each country.

Sunday, January 5, 2003 - 23:00

The first meeting of this kind was held in Paris in 1978. Since then, there have been, in 1979: Barcelona, 1980: Rome, 1981: London, 1982: Rome, 1983: Paris, 1984: Cologne, 1985: Barcelona, 1986: London, 1987: Rome, 1988: Paris, 1989, Wroclaw, 1990: Prague, 1991: Budapest, 1992: Vienna, 1993: Munich, 1994: Paris, 1995: Wroclaw, 1996: Stuttgart, 1997: Vienna, 1998: Milan, 1999: Warsaw, 2000: Barcelona, 2001: Budapest.

Saturday, January 4, 2003 - 23:00

The creation of a protected area around erected stones, a 1600 m2 lobby for the public, a parking, shops and cafeterias, as well as a change in the roads around has been reconsidered by French Minister, following the demand of neighbours and elected responsibles. A concertation with the associations will begin soon and a report will be presented within three months. "The decisions have been taken too quickly" he said.

Thursday, January 2, 2003 - 23:00

This true thematic portal will give day by day the last news of E.U as well as those dealing with the European Regional Forums organised by French Government.

It will present also the most important websites on European goals and will try to make clear the European Institutions architecture.

Thursday, January 2, 2003 - 23:00

The site revealed 300 tombs dating from more than 2200 years among those 100 have been explored since October 2002 by a dozen archaeologists. It seems they were part of an ordinary village and this is thereason why they will bring more information about the place of deads in the world of alives. The skeletons will also give the possibility to study illness and pathologies of buried persons. "This is only the begining of the scientific work, as a secon place 5000 m2 width will be explored in 2003" explains Cyrille Le Forestier.

Saturday, December 21, 2002 - 23:00

It can also hold a variety of simultaneous exhibitions and carry out its own work in preservation, documentation, research, and restoration.

New areas open to the public:

Library and Imatex

Tuesday, December 17, 2002 - 23:00

To try an instrument is always better when you want to play music, than just listening. That's in a way the aim of Gerd Albrecht for the project of a museum "on" music that could open in Berlin year 2004. This one could be in a way a unique one. The instruments will be at public disposal...in order to blow, beat, or simply touch it. If the youngsters are one of the targets, a more general public is waited and will be welcomed by professionals who will be there for demonstrations.

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