Local school students visiting the newly opened museum exhibition in the city of Përmet

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text and images by Egla Serjani, CeRPHAAL

On April 7, 2022, the newly opened display room of archaeological artefact in the museum of Përmet, welcomed its first visitors. They were local school students who had the opportunity to experience a guided visit led by archaeologists, introduced to the museum collection and have a wider understanding about the archaeology and history of the area.


In the next months, CeRPHAAL will work closely with the tourist office of the city of Përmet, and built evaluative tools for measuring the impact and effectiveness of the archaeological museum space as a new destination and an instrument for improving local tourism in the Pilot area.

Discover more about INCULTUM Pilot 8: https://incultum.eu/pilots/8-vjosa-the-shared-river/

 

 

 

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