In an effort to keep away from oblivion of small, invisible and marginalized stories and individuals, the Regional Association of Citizens of the Club of Passengers realized this year's project "Map of the invisible Balkans". Anecdotes, dashes, reminders and memories available to the public at the invisible Balkans web site today will be able to read on the go by mobile application. Whenever you find yourself in the vicinity of the site that has been written before, the app will ring and invite you to become familiar with the curiosity about the given location.
Stories of people, local legends, street art photography and bizarre events that have really happened have been reported on the project website. The data is not like the one usually found on official tourist sites and brochures. "Balkan Invisible Maps" give us the opportunity to discover stories different from those that are part of our everyday life, giving us the opportunity to look at history - not what the winners have written, but the history that people are experiencing around us, .
What makes the project particularly interesting is the fact that he is interactive, that is, each of us can be the author of the story. If you want to be a chronicler of past times or a biographer and prevent important little stories from being forgotten, sign up here or email me at email@example.com.
The app can be downloaded to Google Play Store.
The "Map of the invisible Balkans" project, implemented in partnership with the "Communication Point" organization, is one of last year's winners of the "Superste" competition, in which Erste Bank, with its partner Dokukino Foundation, grants financial and mentoring support to projects inspired by problems in society , which create new contents in the field of culture, art and education.