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MUZEUL NAŢIONAL AL UNIRII ALBA IULIA ESTE PARTENER ÎN PROIECTUL ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK IN URBAN AREAS AS A TOOL FOR LOCAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT – ACRONIM ARCHEODANUBE
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New ArcheoDanube partners onboard! Please welcome their greetings below:
“Salut! Greetings and welcome to Chișinău, Moldova! Moldova, officially the Republic of Moldova, is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, bordered by Romania to the west and Ukraine to the north, east, and south. Chișinău is the capital and the largest city of Moldova. Being located in the middle of the country, it is also known as a “green city”, with lots of trees along its streets and boulevards that are particularly beautiful during spring and summer time.
The General Directorate of Architecture, Urbanism and Land Relations (DGAURF) is the local public
authority in charge of developing and enforcing the urbanistic documentation, for the Chișinău city and its suburbs. Currently, DGAURF is in the process of approving the City spatial planning plan, the Sustainable socio-economic strategy for the municipality, and improving the governmental platform with Local Geographic Information System for Local Public Administrations.
The General Directorate of Architecture, Urbanism and Land Relations of the Chisinau City Hall is the
new project partner from Moldova, ENI region, further committing significant efforts and resources to implement ArcheoDanube Project activities in its last year of project implementation.
In the course of this year 2022, our greatest aim in the ArcheoDanube Project is to design, advocate
and establish the first archaeological park in Chisinau and in the country overall. Following accelerated urbanisation in Chișinău, archaeological sites in the urban area face neglect and deprivation, without any support or attention for preservation, conservation or promotion. The ArcheoDanube Project will pave the ground for changes, giving the selected Pilot Project area – Visterniceni Hill the chance to tell its story to current population and future generations.”