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The new urban waste water treatment plant located in the suburbs of Pavlikeni is gradually gearing up and deploying its full potential as time progresses in compliance with technological requirements. This is a repost of Новата пречиствателна станция подобри околната среда в Павликени, България, originally published by Georgi Bachvarov (Facebook), and submitted to the Europe… » read more

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I have read a lot about the beautiful village of Chavdar, so last weekend we decided to visit it and to see with our own eyes what we have heard about it. This is a repost of Забавления за деца в китното селце Чавдар, пример за всички български села, originally published by Sylvia (Facebook), and… » read more

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The heart of Croatia is its vast lowland of Slavonia and it is in Slavonia, more precisely in Virovitica, the heart of Virovitica-Podravina County, where the “Pannonian wood competence centre” is emerging as the heart of the timber and wood-processing industry in Croatia. When so much heart is intertwined throughout the project it is clear… » read more

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This is the sixth date in the series La Valle d’Aosta agli occhi dei valdostani (Aosta Valley as seen by its inhabitants). This is a repost of Tascapan: dall’ecommerce alla rete di imprese. Dove porta la passione per il proprio territorio?, originally published by Agnieszka Stokowiecka (@ciekawaosta, Facebook, Google+, Instagram), and submitted to the Europe… » read more

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Although the average age of the bus fleet in Polish cities is constantly decreasing, new buses are still fuelled mainly by diesel oil. However, this could be changed easily, as has been demonstrated by cities that have decided to go green and have chosen biogas buses. This is a repost of Biogazowe autobusy to ekologiczne… » read more

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Railways are known as an ‘old-fashioned business’, a 150-year-old means of transport that is nowadays used less and less, and where it is still used requires large sums to keep it working, as with all old technologies. This is a repost of Rail Baltica projekt on mõttetu raha raiskamine and Miks mitte Eestisse hyperloop?, originally… » read more

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Europe’s not far away, somewhere in Brussels, but very near! Just consider: the European Union supports a remarkable number of projects at Brightlands Chemelot Campus, in the heart of the Meuse-Rhine Euregion. This is a repost of Europe supports 17 innovative projects in my region, originally published by Klaas Bos (@Klaas_Bos, Google+) and submitted to… » read more

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Today I will not talk about one single project, but 1,175 projects funded by the EU in Barcelona. This is a repost of 1,175 European projects in Barcelona, originally published on Linkedin by Josep Rodríguez (LinkedIn) and submitted to the Europe in My Region 2016 blogging competition. This is the spectacular figure of a survey… » read more

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You feel charmed and angry at the same time when visiting Venaria Royal Palace, in the outskirts of Turin, before and after it was renovated. The first sensation you experience is that you are looking at a wonder. Indeed, reclaiming this masterpiece, which was deteriorated by people rather than time, was a wonder. What is… » read more

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The next beautiful place I want to tell you about is the region of the Rhodope Mountains near the town of Smolyan. This is a repost of Село Кошница, Дядова ряка и извора на река Арда, originally published by Nelly Miteva (Facebook) and submitted to the Europe in My Region 2016 blogging competition. We start… » read more

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There’s a connection between the latest disaster in Genoa and the EU funds many Regional Administrations (mainly in Southern Italy) have plenty of and fail to spend.   This is a repost of L’alluvione di Genova e i fondi europei non spesi: due selfie di un Paese ingabbiato, originally published in Italian on the sole24ore… » read more

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An Example Project

There are over 700,000 people with disabilities in Romania. Various disabilities. The country’s stable population is slightly over 21 million, according to the latest census. That’s over 700,000 people to whom the government pays social welfare and allowances (or whatever they’re called) from non-disabled taxpayers’ money – and that’s about all they get. This is… » read more

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