EEA grants and Norwegian funds are a contribution from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reduce economic and social disparities and to strengthen bilateral relations with the 16 EU countries in Central and Southern Europe and the Baltics.
The aim of the Icelandic Institute is to research and raise awareness of archeology and related fields. The emphasis is put on developing and improving individual members in areas related to archaeological research , cultural heritage and revising legislation antiques .
A community of people from a benefit corporation Archa 13, which aims to raise the level of presentation of cultural and historical monuments in the Czech Republic. Therefore, they try to revive the old crafts, to promote the protection and preservation of monuments of all kinds and prepare nonfiction programs for children and youth in the spirit of Comenius motto "school by game".
The second least populous region in the Czech Republic is also among the most forested. On its territory is the oldest national park Giant and the oldest protected landscape area - Bohemian paradise. Thanks to natural resources Liberec region is attractive for tourists.
Beautiful municipality with a rich history located on the right bank of the Jizera about 6 km from the town of Turnov. The proximity of the Bohemian Paradise and many natural beauty makes it an attractive tourist destination.
Territorial Heritage Administration on Sychrov manages 18 heritage buildings in Liberec, Pardubice and Hradec Kralove region. Its mission is not only the administration monuments as such, but also care about the furniture and finding ways how to economically and with love approach the State entrusted historical buildings.
North Bohemian Museum in Liberec is the oldest museum of applied arts in the oldest in the Czech lands. It has an exceptionally rich collections from all fields of interest, even though historically there has been an emphasis on glass and textiles.
Montessori education is based on careful observation of children and exposure of their real needs. Children from an early age are offered a stimulating environment ready for their natural development, acquiring knowledge and skills, exploring the outside world and its own personality.
Museum of Romani Culture was founded in 1991 and in the European context is a unique institution that globally documenting the culture of the Roma and Sinti. It is a meeting point of cultures, whose aim is to contribute to the fight against xenophobia and racism.