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Access to culture and heritage in rural surroundings through the interactive digital experience

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Make rural European heritage accessible

What to expect …

Picture of green grapes hanging in a vineyard surrounded by green leaves.

You can explore historical rural winery cottages and cellars with a breathtaking digital 360°view.

Just come with us to Spain, Slovenia, Italy, Greek and Serbia.

Exciting informations are presented in the panoramic tour with additional video and audio material.

Getting started

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The British flag is a superimposition of the Scottish white St Andrew's cross on a blue background, the Irish red St Patrick's cross on a white background and the English red St George's cross. This flag is known as the Union Jack.
The flag of Greece contains nine equal, horizontal and alternating white and cyan parallel stripes, and on the upper fly a white Cross in a cyan square. The nine stripes have no official meaning; the most widespread popular theory states that they correspond to the syllables of the historical phrase "Freedom or Death. The Cross symbolizes the predominant religion of Greece, the Eastern Orthodox Church. Cyan and white symbolize the colours of the Greek sky and sea.
The German flag is a tricolour consisting of three horizontal color stripes one above the other from top down in black, red and gold.
The Spanish flag is comprised of three horizontal stripes of equal size, arranged from top to bottom: red, yellow, and red. There is a shield in the Spanish flag, known as the "coat of arms", located towards the left side of the flag, overlapping both the red and yellow stripes. At the top, there is a royal crown representing the monarchy. Below the crown, there are several quarters or sections, each containing different symbols. On the left quarter, there is a castle, with visible details such as towers and battlements. On the right quarter, there is a lion. On the bottom left quarter, there are the historical arms of the Crown of Aragon, and on the bottom right quarter, the arms of the Crown of Navarre. In the centre, there is a small circular emblem, which typically contains the arms of the House of Bourbon, the ruling dynasty of Spain.
The national flag of Slovenia has three equal flat stripes of white, blue, and red along with the Slovene coat of arms. Slovenia Flag has white is at the top, blue is at the middle, and red is at the bottom. The coat of arms is located towards the in the upper hoist side of the flag centered in the white and blue stripes. The coat of arms is a protected with the image of Mount Triglav, Slovenia's highest peak. The coat of arms has white against a blue contextual at the middle; beneath it are two wavy blue lines signifying the Adriatic Sea and local rivers, and beyond it are three six-pointed golden stars in an inverted triangle.
The Serbian flag contains horizontal stripes of equal thickness in the traditional pan-Slavic tricolour: red (top), blue (middle) and white (bottom). These pan-Slavic colours represent revolutionary ideas of sovereignty. Red represents the blood shed during the struggle for freedom, blue represents the clear sky, and white represents mother's milk. In the coat of arms of Serbia there is a main shield and a smaller red shield, and it is placed towards the spear side of the flag. The main field of the coat of arms represents the Serbian state. It also features a double-headed white eagle and a fleur-de-lis next to each talon, which are considered historical dynastic symbols. The smaller red shield on the eagle represents the nation of Serbia and is divided into four equal parts by a white cross, with a Cyrillic "C" in each corner. The four Cyrillic C's on the shield mean Only Sloga Serbina Spasava. Above the eagle's head is a royal crown, inspired by the star crown of Serbia.
The Italian flag is a tricolour featuring three equally sized vertical pales of green, white and red, national colours of Italy, with the green at the hoist side.

This site is optimised for screen readers which includes alternative texts for all panoramic pictures. You can get a special experience with human recorded audio files, our so called audiorama, in the blind mode.

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