“Following Ideas” grant contract has been signed

On 28 January, 2020, the Managing Authority of Latvia-Russia CBC Programme and Rezekne Municipality signed the grant contract to implement the project “Development of cross border region tourist route “Following the engineering ideas” in LV and RU” (Following Ideas).

The project will create and promote the cross-border tourist route “Following the engineering ideas in Latvia and Russia” dedicated to work and life of famous engineers of the 19th century, who lived and worked in the border area of Latvia and Russia. The project will contribute to development of cultural, science and historical links in the border area and, importantly, for economic development of the Rezekne, Luga and Plyussa municipalities.

The total budget of the project is almost 456,5 thousand EUR, including Programme co-financing of 410,8 thousand EUR.

To learn more about the project follow the link: https://latruscbc.eu/projects/following-ideas/

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