Works within the Zadar Heritage project are starting in Zadar It should be reminded that on July 11, 2019, the City of Zadar and Minigradnja doo entered into a Construction Contract for works on the ground floor of the Zadar Rebellions carried out within the project “ZADAR HERITAGE” and in accordance with Article 4 of the Decision on temporary prohibition of construction works in the city of Zadar for 2019, the introduction of the selected bidder in the execution of works is planned for September 2019. The estimated duration of the works is 12 months, while the total value of the works is HRK 23.784.855,70. Also, after the recent completion of Branimir’s coast, the citizens and guests of Zadar will once again have access to the parking lot at “Ljepotica” and the existing parking capacities will be expanded in the area of ​​Jazin and Ravnica. The main goal of the project “Zadar Heritage” is to create a new integrated cultural and tourist product of the city of Zadar through the restoration and tourist valorization of immovable cultural property and the improvement of the system for management and promotion of tourist destinations. Since the project envisages that after the renovation and revitalization, the Zadar fortification system, which is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, will become a representative city promenade free of traffic and vehicles, ie pedestrian zone, the City of Zadar is working on a permanent solution. “Peninsula” from vehicles and traffic through the project of building a public garage in Ravnice. On Monday, September 16, 2019, work will begin on the ground floor of Bedemi Zadarskih pobuna Street. The works are carried out as part of the project “Zadar Heritage – Integrated Cultural Program of the City of Zadar 2020” with the aim of preserving, revitalizing and integrating cultural heritage in the protected historical part of the city of Zadar. Due to the beginning of these works, Ulica Bedemi zadarskih pobuna is closed to all traffic and within the scope of the construction site, during the works, temporary traffic regulation will be in force, while all traffic to the “Peninsula” will take place along the Liburnian coast. As part of the new traffic regulation, access will be temporarily provided to the vehicles of existing users of the ramparts who live and work within the scope of Ulica Bedemi zadarskih pobuna, point out the city of Zadar. More information on the arrangement of Ulica Bedemi zadarskih pobuna can be found HERE, and about the project “Zadar Heritage” to check on the official WEBSITES. Source / photo: City of Zadar; Zadar Heritagelast_img read more

‘Lucky to win World medal, there were better boxers”: Manish Kaushik

first_imgManish will now take some break and start preparing for the nationals from next month and wants to concentrate on the process rather than result as he feels improving his technique would be key to success at the Olympic level.READ| Neymar Jr. and Cristiano Ronaldo step into the boxing ring READ| Amit Panghal makes history; 1st Indian in World Boxing C’ship finalManish looked more happy for Amit Panghal and kept on praising him and the entire boxing contingent. Manish said: “It’s not just all about medals. Some of the other boxers played very well and they came so close. I feel bad for them but Indian boxing is on the rise and I feel at least 7 boxers will qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. Amit is a sure shot medalist and there are four to five other boxers — all highly talented who did well in the World Championship and others waiting in wings in India. We have a very very talented pool of boxers.” First Published: 23rd September, 2019 23:38 IST 11 months ago Amit Panghal makes history; 1st Indian in World Boxing C’ship final WATCH US LIVE Written By Manish Kaushik became fifth Indian boxer to win bronze for India at the World Championship after Vijender Singh (2009), Vikas Krishan (2011), Shiva Thapa (2015) and Gaurav Bidhuri (2019). All of them had won bronze for India. 11 months ago Manish Kaushik in AIBA Men’s WC 2nd round with thumping win in Russia Last Updated: 23rd September, 2019 23:38 IST ‘Lucky To Win World Medal, There Were Better Boxers”: Manish Kaushik After becoming the fifth Indian boxer in history to win a bronze medal at the World Boxing Championship in Russia, Manish Kaushik played down his achievement. This has to be the height of humility. After becoming the fifth Indian boxer in history to win a bronze medal at the World Boxing Championship in Russia, Manish Kaushik played down his achievement saying he was “just lucky” to get the medal as there were many “better” boxers than him. SUBSCRIBE TO UScenter_img COMMENT LIVE TV WE RECOMMEND 11 months ago Sunil Gavaskar Meets Legendary Boxer Muhammad Ali’s wife Lonnie Ali Suman Ray FOLLOW US 11 months ago Amit Panghal and Manish Kaushik ensure medals for India at WBC “Actually it’s yet to sink in. Still not able to believe it. In fact, I feel I was very lucky. There were so many technically superior boxers than me. I won because of lung power and larger heart perhaps. Though I had worked very hard and gave my best technically I have to improve a lot if I have to qualify for Olympics and win a medal” Manish told Republic TV in an exclusive chat after his return from World Championship. 11 months ago Amit Panghal’s sensational reception at the IGI airport in Delhilast_img read more