The Ördögkatlan Festival has been welcoming visitors every year since 2008. This festival is not just an event among others. With its diversity, the Hungarians display cultural and artistic richness in this region. The venue is located in Baranya county, Nagyharsány, Kisharsány, Vylyan Winery, Mokos Winery, Szársomlyó Sculpture Park, Beremend and Villánykövesd.
The concept of the festival and the resulting goals have remained essentially unchanged since the first Ördögkatlan opened by Tamás Cseh in 2008:
-to display the cultural and artistic richness of Hungarians in the region;
-a cultural community, linguistic and cross-border cult community created by artists (and visitors) from all over the world for five days in the small villages of Baranya, ie for five days the Ördögkatlan should be one of Europe’s quality cultural centers;
-to help economically-mentally-culturally the rise of the given settlements (Nagyharsány and its surrounding area);
-make this region touristically more attractive;
-to become a joint Croatian art festival of Baranya involving other settlements, to present the common, multicultural values of historic Baranya on the European tourism market within the framework of unified tourism products,
-create an unavoidable artistic event that will make the region one of the centers of cultural tourism.
About 25-30,000 people visit the festival every year.
Vučedol culture museum
Located 5km downriver from Vukovar, Muzej vučedolske kulture / Vučedol culture museum sits in the slope of Europe’s most significant archaeological sites and provides an introduction to the most important prehistoric culture. The museum was established by Croatian Government in 2013 as a national museum, and its mission is to collect, research, preserve, protect, present and interpret local identity, history, culture, art, traditional, natural and archaeological heritage of eastern Croatia for the benefit of the general public, education of all age groups and sustainable use of cultural and natural heritage.
DDTG Nonprofit Ltd.
The DDTG Danube Development Transnational Group Nonprofit Ltd. in Pécs was founded in 2001. Our organization deals primarily with the implementation of international cooperation projects in the fields of culture, creative industries and sustainable and regional development. We have extensive experience in cross-border and transnational programs (Interreg CBC and Danube Programs, Interreg Central Europe), both in application processes and project preparation, and in project management tasks. We primarily participate in international projects as partners, but we also provide external project management services to many municipalities and companies.
In addition, our activities include consulting for SMEs, local governments and micro-regions, organizing expert meetings, trainings and courses, and conducting development programs.
The PLANTaža Association was founded by several enthusiast at the end of 2014th, with the aim of promoting creativity, sustainable lifestyle, social entrepreneurship and developing new values from the circular economy to new content and ideas. Since then, it has become one of the main initiators of urban life in Osijek. The goal is to involve the community, especially young people, to develop their own ideas and programs through participation in activities. The goal is to work together to influence positive changes in the environment.
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