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From archives to houses of the present
Alpine museums are about more than just wooden skis, farmhouse trunks and old photos. They preserve, exhort or inspire us – and thus have a vital role in society.
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Using history to explain the present-day environment
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Andes - Himalaya - Alps
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Bellinzona World Heritage
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Killing Dragons. The conquest of the Alps
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Il museo nelle nuvole
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'Siegsdorf Stone Age' Tourism in Harmony with Nature and the Environment
Through this project, the life of our forefathers in the stone age is shown and can be experienced in a virgin landscape, as part of DYNLP. Activities forgotten for a long time, such as fire lighting , cereal grinding or tools production are part of the offer, that must contribute to provide wood experience and environmental awareness deep in the souls of the population.
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Retracing history through an Alpine river valley - 3000 years of mule tracks along the Tiroler Achen river
Over the past few years a small group of dedicated metal detector users under the technical supervision of the Federal Office for the Preservation of Monuments and Historic Buildings have unearthed some quite remarkable findings. Their discoveries point to an exciting history dating back some 3,000 years and a hitherto underrated significance of the Achen valley as an historical route linking the Chiemgau and the Pinzgau. These key historical sites and milestones can now be experienced along the route between the crossing at the Streichen and Grabenstätt on the Chiemsee.
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Perception of the Alps in European cultural history
As a research report the book Die Alpen! Les Alpes! published by Jon Mathieu and Simona Boscani Leoni looks at the way in which the Alps have been perceived in European cultural history since the Renaissance. The research project comprises a Swiss and an international section and proceeds from the assumption that the Alpine discourse differs more from one country to the next than was previously thought.
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Trends in the mountain regions of Switzerland - the view of the locals on DVD
Two new ethnographic films have been released as part of the Swiss National Fund Programme on "Landscapes and Habitats in the Alps".
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