- 2 restored and conserved historical monuments, reopened for the touristic circuit,
- The increase of the tourists’ number
- The development of the local community
- The development of an international relationship
- The promotion of the project on its website and on those of the partners
- The Master Development Plan of the Museum of Ethnography drawn up by the partner’s experts from Norway
The project was promoted through:
- 400 project promotion brochures which were distributed: within the workshops by the National Centre for Tourism Information and Promotion of Cluj, at the Romanian Tourism Fair ROMEXPO, the edition of autumn 2015, and to the visitors of the Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography – open-air section after the completion of the works
- 1 movie about the objectives of the project (which was posted on the website of the project, of the County Council of Cluj cjcluj.ro , of the Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography www.muzeul-etnografic.ro , of the National Centre for Tourism Information and Promotion of Cluj www.cniptcluj.ro ,on the website created within the “Cluj- cultural landscape” project http://www.clujulpeisajcultural.ro/ , on the premises of ”Avram Iancu” Airport of Cluj, as well as at the headquarters of the County Council of Cluj).
- A website of the project http://woodenchurchesofcluj.com/
- 2 conferences, one for the launching and the other one for the completion of the project
- 2 temporary plaques (which were mounted at the completion of the restauration of the 2 objectives)
- 2 permanent advertising plaques (which were mounted after the completion of the works)
- 2 press releases (a press release at the beginning of the works and another at their completion)
The Partner Nordic Urban Design Association (NUDA) promoted the project in Norway and in social networks.
Project team members were present at International workshop regarding the sustainability of projects financed under the EEA Grants. The event took place between October 24th and 25th 2017 in Cluj Napoca. The workshop gathered representatives of the Programme partner, the Directorate for Cultural Heritage in Norway, representatives of Programme Operators from the Czech Republic, Lithuania and Poland, along with projects partners from the Donor States and project promoters. On the first day of the event the participants visited the wooden churches Cizer and Petrindu. The director of the museum, Mr. Tudor Sălăgean presented the history of the two churches as well as the works of restoration that have been realized within the framework of the project "Preservation – Restoration and valorisation of wooden churches Petrindu and Cizer".
May 31st, 2018
Project team members were present at International workshop regarding the sustainability of projects[details]
May 31st, 2018
The Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography took part in August 21-25, 2017, in Great Britain, at the 28[details]
Conditions and assessment criteria of the international contest of solutions to extend "Romulus Vuia" Ethnographic Park
March 7th, 2017
Cluj County Council has been notified by the National Authority for Regulating and Monitoring Public[details]