Journey through history of V4 countries - serf towns

The Kysucké Museum in Čadca and Europena Gouping of teritorial coopertaion TRITIA became a successful applicants in the International Visegrad Fund with the project „ Journey through history of V4 countries - serf towns“  - "Zemepanské městá - cesta dejinami"

whose intention is to point out the development of the peasant (serf) cities in Hungary, Slovakia  Poland and the Czech Republic. At the seminar in the Radoľ manor, which will take place in March 2021, experts from partner institutions will meet with contributions on the topic. Creative craft workshops for pupils and students of Slovak and foreign schools will also take place. The aim of the project is cross-border integration and cooperation in the field of historical research and cultural heritage, networking and rapprochement of partner institutions for long-term cooperation, mutual exchange and sharing of historical knowledge and knowledge, access to historical research and their presentation through seminars, exhibitions, publications and events for the general public, presentation of cultural heritage and historical traditions of individual regions.

Project partners:

Kysuce Muzeum in Čadca

EGTC TRITIA

Museum of Tesin Region

National Archives of Hungary

Historical Museum in Bielsko-Biała

Orava museum of P. O. Hviezdoslav in Dolny Kubin

Museum Považie region in Žilina

Museum of Novojičín Region

Museum Silesia Cieszyn Region