Fostering communities through heritage interpretation: Case studies from the Western Balkan region
Interpret Europe’s Western Balkan initiative took place from 2018 to 2020. It focused on one of the most interesting regions in Europe. The diversity of this region is mainly reflected by its
outstanding natural and cultural heritage. In some Western Balkan countries, heritage tourism played a crucial role for a long time, while in others this sector is still under development. In both cases, essential questions are how heritage can be interpreted in a contemporary way and how especially local people can contribute to and benefit from its interpretation.
Compilation of the report: Dragana Lucija, Ratković Aydemir, & Helena Tolić
Interpret Europe (2020)