Ancient Cult Sites for Common Identity on the Baltic Sea Coast

Hiite Maja Foundation is a partner in a cross-border initiatve “Ancient Cult Sites for Common Identity on the Baltic Sea Coast” launched in February 2011. The objectives of the project include raising awareness about the importance of ancient cult sites as a part of natural as well as cultural heritage; finding new approaches and solutions for sustainable management of ancient cult sites; ensuring their protection, and including some of them in regional tourist routes.

The lead partner of the project is Riga Planning Region (Latvia), the others are The County Museum of Gävleborga (Sweden), Hiite Maja Foundation (Estonia), Vidzeme Planning Region (Latvia), Kurzeme Planning Region (Latvia), and Zemgale Planning Region (Latvia).

The project is launched within Central Baltic INTERREG IV priority 3 Attractive and Dynamic Societies.

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Uurime, tutvustame ja hoiame looduslikke pühapaiku ning laiemalt Eesti põlisrahva pärandkultuuri ja elukeskkonda.