Pro Patrimonio News

Experimental Garden at the Neamțu Manor

Context. Climate changes. The desertification process has become a chronic problem in southern Romania. Experts estimate that over 1,000 hectares of land become sand dunes every year, which means that in 50 years the vast majority of southern lands will be covered with sand, in the absence of immediate action. The Neamţu manor in Olari […]

George Enescu House in Mihăileni and Neamţu Manor in Olari – Educational Centers for Local Communities

Bucharest, March 9, 2021 For the year 2021 Pro Patrimonio Foundation and UiPath Foundation announce their actions to continue the program “The Children’s Academy for Music and Education” carried out in the communities around the George Enescu House in Mihăileni, a historical monument in Botoşani County, as well as the initiation of a new project, […]

Our Ongoing Musical Program

March 05, 2021 Last year in October 24 children from Mihăileni and Vârfu Câmpului localities in Botoşani county, received musical instruments – blockflöte – and began lessons in the study of this instrument and in musical culture. The 600 hours of music education in 2020 took place in the yard of George Enescu’s House, when […]

Salva-Monument Guide. A project within “In-Herit – National Center for Information and Promotion of Cultural Heritage”.

The In-Herit project, initiated by the National Heritage Institute, runs place 2020 and 2021 within the RO-Culture program with the support of the SEE Grants 2014-2021. The Pro Patrimonio Foundation, project partner, is responsible for creating the online application Salva-Monument, an integral part of the general online platform. The web application will address the owners […]

Mapping the Local Resources around Mihăileni

The Project ”Enescu Festival – cultual-musical explorations and exercises” has started! In order to better know the location of George Enescu’s House and its surroundings, we proposed to start to start the exercise of mapping craftsmen and local resources around the house between July 1-4, 2020. Two teams patrolled for four days within a radius […]

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