UNESCO-tourism: How the Kihnu and Seto people, Suiti and Liivs signed the partnership agreements

4 unique regions in Estonia and Latvia – Setomaa, Kihnu, Suiti and Liv coast, where local people still use cultural heritage in daily life, will promote jointly ethnic culture regions under the label of UNESCO.
In the beginning of March 2017 all project partners met in Setomaa (Estonia), where the kick-off meeting of the project UNESCO-tourism was held. This was the first kick-off of the project in Estonia and most probably the most colourful one.
As a result of the project partners have formulated joint product and marketing themes which combine local cultural heritage, services offered by local tourism businesses and attractive sites to an integrated tourism offer.
Read more about the project - https://estlat.eu/en/estlat-results/unesco-tourism.html




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