A38: ROLLING – ROLLING – ROLLING ON THE RIVER DANUBE (part two)

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   THE SECOND PART OF THE PRESS CONFERENCE

  WAS  HELD BY  ÉVA KARÁDI AND  PÉTER RÁCZ. 

THE ANNOUNCEMENT  WAS TO SPREAD THE NEWS ABOUT THE FORTHCOMING  LITERATURE IN FLUX  JOURNEY’S STOP IN BUDAPEST AT THE NEAR  PORT OF THE

  A38.

THE RIVER DANUBE IS EUROPE’S LONGEST RIVER. THE STEAMY TWURLING WATER MAKES IT’S WAY THROUGHOUT NINE COUNTRIES.

STARTS ITS WAY AT THE BLACK FORREST/GERMANY, AS A SPRING WATER AND ROLLS DOWN IN IT’S LONG JOURNEY TO THE BLACK SEA/BULGARIA.


 

The time has come on the River Danube not to just carry loads and loads onwards and upwards, but  as to fulfill the need to share  and connect the nods between different nations culture.  The literary tour is planned as a journey, that takes you along on the waves of different cultures and stirs the waves  along the countries without borders.

The Literature in Flux along the River Danube is a project that stands for providing contemporary literature from the Balkans up along other countries. Hopefully this  literature in Flux will merge a long-lasting  personal partnerships in exchanging views and experiences.

The voyage started  September, 23-24 port at Ruse (Bulgaria), September,29 until October,2 at Cetate (Romania), October, 6-8 port at Belgrad and October, 8-12 port at Novi Sad (Serbia), October, 12-15 port at  Vukovar (Croatia), October,19-22 port close to A38 (Hungary), October, 24-25 Bratislava (Slovakia)

Next year the project will continue with the move on from the River Danube towards the West Balkans along the cost area towards Turkey. Planned ports: Split (Croatia), Tirana (Albania) and Izmir (Turkey).

The whole project is supported by the European Commission.

Update and snaps by: Aggie Reiter

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris on 16/10/2011 at 23:29

    A fascinating insight into the uses of the Danube in modern times…Thank You…

    Reply

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