SKY ZOO WEAPON EXHIBITION IS HERE!
"SKY ZOO" AVIATION MUSEUM'S HISTORICAL WEAPONS EXHIBITION CREATED WITHIN THE PROJECT "MILITARY HERITAGE" IS OPEN TO VISITORS.
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As part of the "Military Heritage" project of the Estonian-Latvian cross-border cooperation program, an exhibition of historical weapons has been created in the "Sky Zoo" aviation museum, where various types of firearms from the First and Second World War are displayed for visitors to view.
The aim of the project "Military heritage" (No. Est-Lat 156 "Latvian-Estonian joint military heritage tourism product") is to develop the potential of military heritage tourism in the territory of Latvia and Estonia by creating an attractive and common military heritage tourism product for local and foreign tourists. As a result, a unified Latvian and Estonian military heritage tourism offer will be created, improving and opening to visitors the military heritage sites in Latvia and Estonia, which show the independence and restoration of both countries during the period from the beginning of the First World War in 1914 to 1991.
A total of 24 partners from Latvia and Estonia participate in the project, the leading partner is the Latvian rural tourism association "Lauku Ceļotājs". The project is co-financed by the Estonian-Latvian cross-border cooperation program of the Structural and Investment Funds of the European Union aimed at "European Territorial Cooperation". The total budget of the project is EUR 1,928,992.39, incl. ERDF Interreg Estonia-Latvia program funding is EUR 1,639,643.53. The cost of creating an exposition of historical weapons is EUR 9,994.68, incl. EUR 8,495.48 is ERDF Interreg Estonia-Latvia program funding.
Project website - militarais.celotajs.lv
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The project is co-financed by the European Union (ERDF Interreg Estonia-Latvia).