An ongoing photography contest dedicated to natural sacred sites aims to commemorate the cultural and natural heritages of traditional sacred natural sites, to record their current state, as well as to encourage people to visit and care for the sacred sites.
We are glad to announce that the 1st newsletter of the project “Ancient Cult Sites for Common Identity” has been prepared by the lead partner – Riga Planning Region!
A seminar about the inventory methodology of natural sacred sites will be held in Tartu (Estonia) on May 26, 2011 in the framework of the project “Ancient Cult Sites for Common Identity on the Baltic Sea Coast”. The participants of the seminar will include ca 30 people (representatives of project partners & experts) from Estonia, Latvia and Sweden.
Hiite Maja Foundation is a partner in a cross-border initiatve “Ancient Cult Sites for Common Identity on the Baltic Sea Coast” (Cult Identity for short) launched in February 2011.