Conservation of cultural heritage
The EEA and Norway Grants contribute to preserve and improve cultural heritage sites in the Zlín region in the Czech Republic.
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are supporting the Cultural Heritage Fund in the Zlín region with € 600,000, with the Zlín region providing the remaining 15% of the fund.
The overall goal of the fund is to improve the sustainable development in the region by reducing economic and social disparities. Grants are awarded to the following 3 cultural heritage projects in the Zlín region:
- The multimedia exposition of the Great Morava;
- an archeological-historical exposition at the Muzeum Kromìøíska; and
- reconstruction of the Great Moravian Empire Monument
Preservation, reconstruction and public access of the immovable cultural heritage of the Zlín Region
Conservation of European cultural heritage
Type & project assistance:
Programmes (group of projects)
Grant agreement date:
17 September 2007
The purpose of the Fund is to preserve and improve the technical state of cultural heritage sites in the Zlín region, with the overall objective of making objects of cultural heritage accessible to the public. Reference is made to the application, dated 20 January 2006, and additional information provided by, through, or on behalf of the Focal Point on 27 June 2006 and 16 April 2007.
The completed Fund shall include the following activities and results:
- Re-granting towards selected sub-projects concerning renovation of movable and immovable cultural heritage in the Zlín region.
The Intermediary is the Zlínský kraj (Zlín region).
The Focal Point shall ensure that the Intermediary provides at least 15 percent of the total estimated eligible costs of the Fund.