Heritage Evenings

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CatturaYesterday evening at 18,00 was held the  “Heritage-Evenings” event,  organized by ELTE BTK
Atelier Európai Társadalomtudomány és Historiográfia Tanszék.
During this joint Heritage evening, the representatives of the two  H2020 projects, REACH and Open Heritage, introduced and discuss the differences and similarities of the projects and the main issues of creating a bottom-up, democratized cultural heritage.
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