Motor boat Galeb, today a cultural asset, was built and launched in 1938 at the Ansaldo shipyard in Genoa. Its original purpose changed significantly over time, so it went from a transport ship to a military one, first as an accompanying cruiser, then as a minesweeper, and finally as a school ship, occasionally as a presidential yacht. Historically, the ship had a turbulent fate, from the complete destruction of the bow and its reconstruction in 1941-1943, to severe damage in the bombing and sinking in the port of Rijeka in 1944, after which it lay submerged until 1947. The seagull is known as a ship that was often and gladly used by Josip Broz Tito for his voyages and eventually became a symbol of a period of Croatian and even world history.Stalni izložbeni postav odnosi se na sam brod Galeb i ono što je ostalo sačuvano od njegove izvornosti. Riječ je o spavaonici Josipa Broza Tita i njegove supruge Jovanke, sobama časnika, kupaonicama, glavnom salonu, salonu za časnike na višim etažama i drugim prostorijama koje će se u potpunosti restaurirati i potom konzervirati. U ovu kategoriju spadaju i prostorije u trupu broda: zajedničke kabine za posadu, mornarski sanitarni čvorovi i društvene prostorije. Na isti način sačuvat će se i prezentirati pogonski sustav, zajedno s pomoćnim motorima.Interventions in these premises will be minimal and reduced to the conservation and restoration of the existing condition with the aim of presenting all visible historical layers and changes on board.Od Ramba III do Seagull the ship underwent a number of modifications, which is recognizable in its construction, and the existing furniture and decoration of the ship can be classified exclusively in the post-war and stylistically most recognizable phase of the 50s, 60s and 70s of the 20th century.Additional themes of the permanent exhibition: History of the ship Seagull – chronology, On the construction of four Ramba, Life on a Warship, Role Seagull in the Non-Aligned Movement and Rijeka after World War II.The project envisages that the ship will remain moored in the port of Rijeka and that its rich contents will fit into the cultural and artistic trends in the city of Rijeka.The program of the museum will coincide with the program line Rijeka European Capital of Culture 2020 “Age of Power”, which deals with a critical re-examination of all totalitarianisms that have touched Rijeka.The ship Galeb was bought by the City of Rijeka at a public auction due to the fact that it is a protected cultural asset of the Republic of Croatia, but also a ship with an interesting and turbulent history that is related to Rijeka. Namely, the ship Galeb was declared a cultural property on October 10, 2006, based on the decision of the Directorate for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia.The concept of a permanent and occasional museum exhibition at Galeb was composed with the intention of making the museum exhibition attractive to the widest circle of visitors and all age groups, which will also revive this ship. The permanent exhibition refers to the ship Galeb itself and what has been preserved from its originality.In addition to the ship’s infrastructure, the permanent exhibition will enrich the exhibitions aimed at showing the dynamic history of the ship Galeb and the city of Rijeka. A number of events are planned on board, which will unite various cultural activities in the city, such as theater performances, tribunes, performances, educational workshops, video projections and other contents that will be conducted by Rijeka’s cultural institutions. With the implementation of the project, the ship will become a significant tourist attraction of cultural significance, which will enrich the offer of the city of Rijeka in the form of cultural tourism. The opening of the ship as a new cultural and tourist content will enrich the local economic sector and thus encourage the creation of new jobs in the cultural sector.So the Seagull will transform the ship into a museum which will offer visitors a story about the regime and time that it symbolizes today, not only in the context of the former Yugoslavia but much wider, but also the story of maritime history since the Seagull is extremely interesting in this regard. In addition, Galeb will have an accommodation and catering part, but to a much lesser extent than the museum part. Namely, it is planned that the museum and public will occupy approximately 4.000 square meters of the ship, and accommodation and catering only 1.000 square meters.The museum’s holdings will include all existing ship equipment, existing illustrative materials, such as photo and video materials, copies of documentation on the construction and history of the ship, archives of articles, books and other textual contributions related to the Seagull. Visitors who have stayed and worked on the ship during their lifetime will be able to leave a video of their experiences, donate documentation and exhibits.The exhibition will feature a number of interactive content and questionnaires, and the open decks return to their old glory by restoring a wooden floor made of teak, lighting and awnings, with modern museological additions.The ship museum will be adapted for people in wheelchairs as well as for the blind. For the renovation of the ship Galeb and one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in this part of Croatia, built for the administrative building of the former Rijeka Sugar Factory, today part of the so-called complex “Benčić”, the City and Rijeka and partners, the Tourist Board of the City of Rijeka and the University of Rijeka, approved 68,891,606, 18 kuna grants from EU funds, or 85% of total project costs.This is the program “Tourist valorization of representative monuments of Rijeka’s industrial heritage” for which funds were obtained from the European Regional Development Fund – Operational Program “Competitiveness and Cohesion”, through the Ministry of Regional Development and EU funds and the Central Financing and Contracting Unit (CFCA). ).The goal of the project is to create a cultural and tourist destination that includes new ones cultural and tourist contents developed within the representative monuments of Rijeka’s industrial heritage into a common and unique cultural and tourist product which contributes to tourist recognition and attendance and sustainable development at the local and regional level. The program includes the creation of a new cultural and tourist route, as well as scientific, educational and promotional activities that promote the project and sensitize the general public to cultural heritage.The remaining funds in the amount of approximately HRK 12 million must be provided by the City of Rijeka from other sources. In accordance with the propositions of the Tender, the City of Rijeka requested HRK 7,066,736.48, and the result is expected during September.Sugar Palace and the ship Galeb, a representative of protected cultural monuments, will also be part of the European Capital of Culture 2020 project. Also, as part of the implementation of this project, the Croatian Museum Council approved a museum exhibition on June 12, which will be located in these facilities after the renovation of the Sugar Palace and the Galeb. The Šećerana Palace will become the seat of the Museum of the City of Rijeka, which will also include the ship Galeb.Upon completion of the reconstruction and furnishing, the facilities on a total of 9.524,9 m2 will have multiple cultural and commercial purposes: for permanent museum exhibitions, temporary exhibitions, creative workshops, summer cinema, thematic conferences, accommodation facilities and a range of commercial services directly related to cultural heritage.SUGAR SHOP Sugar Palace the cultural property has been protected since 1970. The Baroque Palace marks the beginnings of industrialization in the city of Rijeka and the region, and as such is a symbol of Rijeka as a commercial and industrial city. The realization of the museum content will achieve a synthesis of presenting the historical and cultural value of the Palace itself with the presentation of significant historical and cultural heritage that in the best possible way testifies to the historical significance of Rijeka, while creating a significant landmark in the development of urban cultural tourism.Koncept stalnog postava zasniva se na dvije osnove – prva se zasniva na pričama koje pripovijedaju oslikane i štukatura dekorirane dvorane Palače, dok se druga zasniva na zbirkama Muzeja grada Rijeke.Stalni postav “Doba šećera i globalizacija” bit će smješten za 1. i 2. katu te je koncipiran pomoću sljedećih tematskih cjelina: Moć šećera, Mletački lav i carski orao, Revolucija i parni stroj, Prvi torpedo na svijetu , Južni pol Srednje Europe, More, globalizacija, Amerika, Između sjevera i juga, Mirisi i boje Istoka, Došašće, egzodus, novi život – Rijeka i svijet.So, the first and second floors will be the museum’s exhibition spaces. On the second floor, in a large hall and a smaller so-called hunting lounge, various cultural events will be able to take place. On the third floor there will be spaces for the work of the curator and other accompanying staff. In the attic there will be technical spaces for museums and storage. A new staircase for evacuation will be built along the eastern facade of the building.The palace was built as the administrative building of a sugar factory in 1752, at the initiative of the Trieste-Rijeka company. After the fire of 1785, it was significantly renovated and equipped with baroque interiors with wall paintings and stucco.U 19. stoljeću služila je kao upravna zgrada tvornice duhana, a potom i tvornice motora “Rikard Benčić”. Predstavlja najkvalitetniju baroknu palaču na istočnoj jadranskoj obali, čija je izgradnja označila početak industrijskog razvoja Rijeke. Unutrašnjost zgrade bogato je ukrašena štukaturama, freskama i keramičkim pećima.GOLEB SHIP
Metro Sport ReporterFriday 19 Jun 2020 10:19 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.8kShares Comment Advertisement Zech Medley has been training with Arsenal’s first-team in recent weeks (Getty Images)Speaking ahead of his side’s trip to Brighton, Arteta stressed the importance of his players adapting quickly to the congested fixture schedule.‘We need to see how many players we have fit for the game because it was a big hit losing three players in key areas which, at the moment, we are very short in. But we have to adapt,’ said the Arsenal manager.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘We’re going to have a lot of games, we’re going to be playing every three days with the schedule the Premier League has given us today so it’s going to be a challenge.’Arsenal, who were beaten 3-0 by Manchester City on Wednesday evening, are eight points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Mikel Arteta set to include Zech Medley in Arsenal squad for Brighton clash Advertisement Mikel Arteta is already battling a defensive crisis at Arsenal (Getty Images)Mikel Arteta is set to promote Zech Medley to Arsenal’s first-team squad for their clash against Brighton on Saturday, according to reports.Arteta is faced with several problems in defence with Calum Chambers, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Pablo Mari all unavailble due to injury, while David Luiz is service the first of his two-game suspension after being sent off against Manchester City on Wednesday evening.Shkodran Mustafi is expected to keep his place at centre-back while Rob Holding is available, although he has not started a match since January.According to Football London, Arteta is now due to promote Zech Medley to the first-team squad which will travel to Brighton for Saturday’s Premier League clash.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMedley, who has trained with Arsenal’s first-team squad at London Colney this week, has made just three senior appearances for the Gunners but has not yet made his Premier League debut.The 19-year-old, who left Chelsea’s academy to join Arsenal in 2016, has not played a first-team game for the Gunners since January 2019.
Top 10 Qld suburbs searched as safe havens The outdoor area will be a winner come summer.The contemporary designer residence has been built over two levels – the ground floor defined by open plan living while the upper level is devoted to rest and relaxation. A void in the entry and high ceilings enhance the sense of space which carries through to the bedrooms and storage.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa7 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day ago“While the house is visually appealing, it’s also designed to be very practical,” Mr West said. “It flows really nicely inside and out, with a beautiful outlook back towards Burleigh Hill.” The Ashmore house you didn’t see coming The contemporary design offers two levels of luxury living.In fact, it’s been 14 years since any property on sought-after Spence St has been put to market. “For a new build to be offered to market in this beachside pocket is extremely rare,” said agent Will West. “Properties in this area get passed through generations before they are sold.” MORE: High demand for real estate just over Qld border 6A Spence Street, Burleigh Heads goes to auction on August 2.Tightly held is an accurate way to describe real estate in the peaceful pocket bordering Burleigh Heads National Park.There are only 72 houses in the enclave east of the Gold Coast Highway, which offers walking access to Tallebudgera Creek, Burleigh Heads beach and James St. The wine fridge and bar area a luxury feature off the kitchen.The alfresco area is party-ready with a built-in barbecue and dining area overlooking the pool and national park. The house is open for inspection on Saturday, 11am-11.30am and Thursday, 5pm-5.30pm.Will West of Lacey West – Burleigh Heads is leading the campaign to auction on August 2. Welcome to 6A Spence Street, Burleigh Heads.
* six from Nueva Vizcaya State University * five from Saint Joseph College of Maasin, Leyte* four from STI College-Cotabao * three from the University of Mindanao, Davao CityCHED chairman Prospero de Vera III thanked Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat and DOT in Boracay for working together to help bring the students back to their families. But due to limited flight availability, however, only 45 out of a total 64 were accommodated.“The remaining students will stay in Boracay until a flight to their provinces is available and when there is assurance that their respective local governments will allow them to enter their respective province,” CHED added.Here’s the list of the students from the following colleges/universities who arrived in Manila on May 2: Meanwhile, the other students in Boracay waiting for their sweeper flights are the following:* seven from Colegio de Kidapawan * seven from Lorma Colleges, La Union Forty-five out of 64 on-the-job training students stranded in Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan due to the enhanced community quarantine brought by coronavirus disease 2019 return to Luzon through sweeper flights on May 2. The other students remain in the island until sweeper flights to their respective provinces are available and their respective local government units will allow them to go home. CHED MANILA – On-the-job training students from Luzon who were stuck in the world-famous Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan during the enhanced community quarantine caused by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) were flown to Manila, according to the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). * four from Benguet State UniversityCHED said that from Manila, the transport of the students going back to their respective provinces were organized by their respective schools.The students from Lorma Colleges are quarantined at a hotel in San Fernando, La Union and are being monitored by their Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, while the students from Benguet State University are observing isolation at their school’s guest house.“The rest of the students will be directly brought home for the needed 14-day mandatory quarantine,” CHED added. * 28 from Nueva Ecija University of Science & Technology “We are continuously monitoring the plight of stranded students all over the country and will assure their families that we will do everything to bring them home,” he added. CHED said that the Hotel and Restaurant Management students were able to return through sweeper flights organized by the Department of Tourism (DOT). According to De Vera, the students who have been stranded in other parts of the country due to the pandemic can participate in CHED’s “Survey on Stranded Students in the Philippines during the ECQ” through this link: (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdDOaEGCCCvlCunoIhlT2dqxV4XsGJs_8_9ZuIzEvq8Mlk11g/viewform) or coordinate with their respective schools for assistance./PN
Five people were injured Wednesday afternoon on U.S. 50 in Jennings County. (Image: ISP)JENNINGS COUNTY, IND. – Five people suffered minor injuries in a U.S. 50 crash that police say could lead to traffic charges against at least one driver.Wednesday around 3:40 p.m., a Kia Spectra driven by John Shipley, 60, was traveling west on U.S. 50 near C.R. 900 W preparing to make a left turn into a driveway.Shipley was followed by two dump trucks, the first driven by Loney McKain, 46, and the second operated by Steven Baker, 54, both of Jackson County.Police say Baker was unable to stop the dump truck in time and struck McKain’s rig.The dump truck was pushed left of center and struck an eastbound Toyota Sienna driven by 23-year-old Christian Stewart.A following eastbound Chevrolet Impala driven by Breanna Noblitt, 19, of North Vernon, struck the rear end of the Stewart’s car, causing the Toyota to strike the Kia.All five drivers suffered minor injuries and Shipley, Stewart, and Nobblitt were transported to Schneck Medical Center in Seymour where they were treated and released.The other two drivers were treated at the scene by Jennings County EMS officials.The crash remains under investigation and could result in traffic charges being filed to at least one driver, police said.
Indianapolis, In. — Brutal temperatures couldn’t deter the more than 1,000 people who participated in a guided First Day Hike at an Indiana State Park property on Jan. 1.Combined, those 1,033 hikers trekked 1,158 miles.The average high across Indiana that day was 1 degree Fahrenheit, according to Angie Manuel, chief of interpretation for DNR Division of State Parks.“If I didn’t already know that Indiana State Parks had some of the most dedicated visitors, I sure knew it when 50 hikers joined me for a minus 7 degree prairie walk at Prophetstown State Park,” Manuel said.First Day Hikes are a healthy way to start the year and a chance to get outside, exercise, enjoy nature and connect with friends. The hikes are hosted each year by staff and volunteers at Indiana’s 32 state park properties and are part of a nationwide program promoted by America’s State Parks.Hikes ranged in length from a half-mile to 4 miles. The types of hikes varied, too. Charlestown State Park hosted a night hike for viewing the “supermoon,” and hikers at O’Bannon Woods State Park walked with one of the property’s resident oxen.Monroe Lake welcomed the most participants, with 196 people attending an event offering 3.7- and 1.3-mile run/walks.Across the country, almost 32,000 visitors to state parks hiked a combined 70,200 miles.“The First Day Hikes are a way park rangers, naturalists and volunteers can get people outside to connect with nature and history while beginning new, healthy lifestyles,” said Ellen Graham, First Day Hikes coordinator and chief naturalist, Georgia State Parks, Recreation & Historic Sites.First Day Hikes originated more than 20 years ago at the Blue Hills Reservation state park in Milton, Mass.America’s State Parks is committed to promoting outdoor recreation in state parks as a way to address obesity, especially among children.
Plainfield, In. — Hot weather can lead to higher energy bills as Duke Energy Indiana customers try to stay cool this summer. The company is offering free tools and tips to help customers manage those costs.“We know that May and June brought above-average temperatures in our Indiana service territory, and according to our company meteorologists, that trend will continue in July and August,” said Melody Birmingham-Byrd, Duke Energy Indiana state president. “We want to make sure our customers have the information and tools they need to help control their energy costs.”Duke Energy offers free programs and tools to help customers better understand and manage their energy expenses. Keep in mind that the further your thermostat setting is from the actual temperature outside, the more energy you’ll use. Here are some tips to help manage costs:Budget Billinggives customers better control over their energy spending by establishing predictable monthly payments.Our online savings calculatorshelp customers understand how their homes use energy – and how they can potentially reduce their consumption and better manage their summer bills.Customers can also sign up to receive High Bill Alertsfor when adverse weather is projected to increase their electric bills by at least 30 percent and $30 compared to historical usage.Customers with smart meters cancheck online to view their daily usage tool. Smart meters collect usage information by the hour, so checking spikes throughout the month – by day and even hour – can show what appliances and behaviors are increasing their bill.Set your AC to the comfortable setting that meets your lifestyle needs. Hot summer days can mean higher energy bills. The further your thermostat setting is from the temperature outside, the higher your energy bill will be.Change or clean your air filters monthly. A dirty air filter can make a cooling system work harder, which uses more energy.Inspect and service your HVAC. Have your HVAC system checked by a qualified heating and air conditioning contractor to make sure it is operating efficiently. This will also help extend the life of the system.Don’t cool an empty house. If you’ll be out and about, adjust or program your thermostat to work around your schedule.Close the blinds. Shutting blinds, drapes and shades during the hottest part of the day can keep the sun’s rays from heating your house.Grill outdoors. Cooking in the oven and on the stovetop creates a lot of indoor heat. Help save energy by firing up the grill outdoors, or prepare meals that don’t require cooking.Use fans in occupied rooms. They circulate air to supplement air conditioning. Make sure the fans are set to operate in a counterclockwise direction.Turn off unnecessary lights. Be sure to turn off lights when you leave a room. Lights emit heat and cause your air conditioning system to work harder.Replace incandescent bulbs with energy-efficient lighting options. LEDs use up to 90 percent less energy than traditional bulbs and last at least 15 times longer.Seal air leaks with caulking and weather stripping. And keep the door closed as much as you can to keep the cool air inside.Eligible homeowners in Indiana can get a free home energy assessment, which includes an Energy Efficiency Starter Kit containing LEDs, an energy-efficient showerhead, and switch and outlet energy seals.Duke Energy partners with local agencies to help low-income customers who may struggle to pay their energy bills. Please visit the company’s website or call 800.521.2232 to learn more about the special assistance programs available to Indiana customers.In addition, financial emergencies may occur from time to time. Duke Energy strongly encourages customers to call 800.521.2232 to learn about payment arrangements if they receive a disconnection notice and cannot pay before the disconnection date.
Milan, IN— INDOT contractor Force Construction will begin tree clearing operations today at the S.R. 101 bridge over South Hogan Creek ahead of a $917,700 bridge deck replacement project. The bridge is located 2.21 miles north of U.S. 50 in Ripley County.Intermittent lane closures will be possible while work is in progress. Flaggers will be on-site to manage traffic. Utility relocation work will follow tree clearing, with the deck replacement beginning in late March or early April. At that time, S.R. 101 will close for approximately 90 days. The official detour will follow U.S. 50 to S.R. 129 to S.R. 350.Motorists should slow down, use extra caution and drive distraction-free through all work zones. The contract completion date is September 30, 2020.
A short-term deal is currently on the table for Kebbie, who was linked with Manchester United last year, and the club are hopeful he will sign before the end of the week. Should he sign, Kebbie would work primarily with Stephen Clemence’s reserve team, with Ahmed Elmohamady and Liam Rosenior currently established as Steve Bruce’s preferred options on the right. Kebbie, 19, is Yorkshire-born and began his youth career at Leeds before moving to Spain at 16, where he trained with Barcelona before being signed by Atletico. But the right-back’s career at the Vicente Calderon never got off the ground and he has been training with the Tigers for the past month. Press Association Hull are in talks to sign former Atletico Madrid full-back Elliot Kebbie until the end of the season.
“Contrary to some media reports, there is no change in BCCI policy. Just like in case of Sourav Ganguly, if Tendulkar and Laxman depose before Ethics Officer, Rahul and the legal team will be there. The BCCI is certainly party to the matter,” a senior BCCI official privy to Committee of Administrators’ (CoA) decision told PTI on Tuesday.”Just for your information, there was a hearing in the S Sreesanth case and BCCI was represented by CEO. In this case, the Ombudsman had written to BCCI, so there is no question of BCCI going unrepresented,” he added. New Delhi: The BCCI CEO Rahul Johri and the legal team will be present in case Ombudsman Justice (Retd) D K Jain summons Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman for an in-person hearing in the alleged Conflict of Interest case. Tendulkar and Laxman have already filed their respective responses, categorically denying any conflict in their dual roles as Cricket Advisory Committee members and mentors of their respective franchises — Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad.The BCCI expects Justice Jain to call both Tendulkar and Laxman for a hearing as per principles of natural justice and the institution will be represented by CEO Johri. CEO Rahul Johri and the legal team will be present in case Ombudsman Justice.Tendulkar and Laxman have already filed their respective responses.The BCCI expects Justice Jain to call both Tendulkar and Laxman for a hearing. highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.