Experience archeology in a digital and playful way

A three-year initiative called ArcheoDanube/Archeodunav discusses how cultural heritage and archaeological parks relate to tourism and urban planning.

The Municipality of Centar Sarajevo, in collaboration with the “Sustainication e.V.” Association, created a treasure hunt that traces the lives of three painters along the Miljacka River and directs tourists to various historical events and cultural places.

The Viennese organization “Sustaination e.V.” created the online game-like program ArcheoTales to teach people new information about archaeological and cultural-historical locations. Visitors are asked to communicate and are guided through the display via the chat feature. Thus, ArcheoTales enables museum and exhibition experiences to be more impactful, comprehensive, and economical for new target audiences.

The Danube Transnational Program’s ArcheoDanube initiative intends to aid in the protection and assessment of cultural heritage as well as the creation of engaging and cutting-edge learning resources for city histories. These activities aid in the implementation of new tourism projects, such as the growth of archetourism.

Get to know Sarajevo through the lens of this application using the following links:

Google play store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.archeodanube.archeotales&gl=AT

Apple Store:

https://apps.apple.com/sa/app/archeotales/id1631560431

Source: centar.ba

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