A new series of authentic souvenirs from the island of Krk was presented

first_imgFrom now on, the palette of original Krk souvenirs will be richer for: Gla gla, an educational wooden puzzle with the Glagolitic alphabet (Ana Banić Göttlicher and Ivana Peko, 4N4 Design doo), wall decoration with a portrait of St. Jakov (Miriam Volarić), wall decoration with a portrait of St. Kvirina (Miriam Volarić), the contour of the island of Krk with the three-letter text “I ♥ Krk” made of biodegradable plastic – 3D print (Nela and Zlatko Šakić, Crafts for services 3Design Šanell), the facade of the church of St. Jakov with the three-letter word “Krk” made of biodegradable plastic – 3D print (Nela and Zlatko Sakic, Crafts for services 3Design Chanel), three-letter puzzle made of biodegradable plastic – 3D print (Nela and Zlatko Sakic, Crafts for services 3Design Chanel), Bag with treasure, more precisely wooden jewelry inspired by saintly legends (Smiljka Franić and Kristina Ladika), glass wall decoration with Glagolitic motif (Tomislava Juroš and Antonija Juroš Vidmar, Atelier TIAS), glass pendant with Glagolitic motif Atelier TIAS), Plate of Lost Time, ceramic decorative tray (Zvjezdana Depikolzvane, Craft for production and trade Piccola Stella) and Lovrine suze, ceramic decorative plate (Zvjezdana Depikolzvane, Craft for production and trade Piccola Stella). The ninth competition, which focused on the cultural and tourist values ​​of the city and the island of Krk, with an emphasis on accepting the creative challenges initiated by the lives of saints related to our region, their specific iconography and related symbolism, arrived in total 18 suggestions, in 11 of them has successfully met the tender criteria. Namely, the souvenir, as a kind of present of the city and the island of Krk, is a reflection of the continuity of its artistic, cultural, cultural-historical or cultural heritage, and in various ways presents its tangible, intangible or natural heritage.   In mid-January, the Tourist Board of the City of Krk announced the ninth competition for applications for souvenirs that received a certificate of originality after the selection, so the island of Krk now has 11 new authentic souvenirs. “Considering all the souvenirs selected so far, which are distinguished from the rest of the offer by originality, authenticity, thoughtful concept and perhaps most of all the quality of workmanship, the people of Krk and their guests have at their disposal a whole range of works of art, various decorative and / or useful objects. and interesting publications ” stand out from the Krka Tourist Board. The new Krk souvenirs will be awarded a recognizable stamp with a prominent bilingual password A gift from Krk, and will be included in the digital bilingual catalog which in one place, with a photo and contact information of the manufacturer / author, combines the entire certified souvenir offer. Take a look at the digital catalog of souvenirs Dar s Krka HERElast_img read more

Ray Parlour urges Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta to target one key position in transfer window

first_img Metro Sport ReporterFriday 5 Jun 2020 8:30 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1kShares Arsenal have been linked with a sensational move for Philippe Coutinho (Picture: Getty Images)‘Champions League football is so important for a lot of players these days so Aubameyang, if they can squeeze in there, might sign a new contract, I don’t know. ‘If they don’t, then he might be on his way and suddenly you’ve got to replace a striker who scores all your goals.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalOne of Arsenal’s problems is their lack of goals from midfield and Parlour suggested his former side urgently need to replace Aaron Ramsey.He added: ‘The goals are not really spread around the team are they with Arsenal?‘You get [Alexandre] Lacazette who can chip in with a few, [Mesut] Ozil probably doesn’t score enough for the position he plays.‘The midfield are very much more defensive minded, [Granit] Xhaka is not going to score you goals, [Lucas] Torreira’s not going to score you goals, they’ve lost Ramsey, who was the goalscorer from midfield.‘So, I look at an attacking midfielder who’s probably going to score you 10 goals a season, but you’re talking big money then, so spend.’MORE: Premier League restart: Provisional fixtures revealed for Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and ArsenalMORE: Arsenal’s provisional fixtures for Premier League restart announcedFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement Ray Parlour urges Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta to target one key position in transfer window Arteta’s options in the transfer market may be limited (Picture: Getty Images)Ray Parlour has urged Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to go out and sign a top goalscoring midfielder in the summer if Pierre Emerick Aubameyang leaves the club.The Gabon international is stalling on a decision to sign a contract extension with his current deal set to expire in just over a year’s time.Mikel Arteta’s side are eight points behind fourth-placed side Chelsea in the Premier League table and Aubameyang may be waiting to see if the Gunners can qualify for the Champions League before he makes his decision.The 30-year-old has scored 17 of Arsenal’s 40 Premier League goals this season and Parlour believes he would leave a huge void if he is to depart from the Emirates.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘I think they’ve got to try and keep most of their top talent, I’m talking about Aubameyang and people like that, if they’re going to have any chance of trying to get into the Champions League,’ Parlour told talkSPORT.‘I think a lot of it will be down to the last nine games of this season, I think they’ve still got a glimmer of hope that you never know which teams that are above them are going to come back and hit the ground running.‘If they [Arsenal] can come back and hit the ground running and get a good start to the season, obviously the Man City game is going to be very important, if they can get anything out of that game that will give them a lot of confidence going forward. Comment Advertisementlast_img read more

Badgers still reap benefits despite humiliating Huskies

first_imgThose weren’t little orange cones on the Kohl Center ice sheet this past weekend, but for most of the series, the UW women’s hockey team skated around, past and through visiting St. Cloud State like it was only there for practice.However, much more than the final scores of the two games (10-0 on Friday night and 6-0 on Sunday afternoon) meant something to the Badgers.As St. Cloud State came in with the league’s worst record (0-22-1, 0-17-1-1), it was likely that No. 1 ranked Wisconsin would put some gaudy offensive numbers up against them.But to say that the weekend was a waste is probably false. The Badgers were able to work on some things and give several young players a great opportunity to play in game situations when normally they wouldn’t have the chance.“There is always stuff to work on. If it’s not putting the puck in the net, it’s your break out in the [defensive] zone or chipping it off the glass. There are always fundamentals that you can work on and skills that you can achieve in these games and really iron out because you don’t get the opportunity to do it in other games,” junior winger Hilary Knight said.The lopsided contests gave Wisconsin the opportunity to do a few things with their personnel as well. On Friday night, head coach Mark Johnson put freshman defenseman Kelly Jaminski at left wing on the fourth line.“I think sometimes, for young players, it’s okay to play other positions, especially for a defenseman to go up and maybe play forward to get an understanding of how to play that certain position,” Johnson said.One of the reasons that Jaminski was able to play wing was because sophomore defenseman Alev Kelter returned to the lineup now that the soccer season has ended, which gives the Badgers seven solid defensemen to choose from. Mark Johnson recognized the potential Jaminski possesses in the offensive zone despite her lack of experience.“I thought she was going to score there in the third period. She was on for one of our goals. It’s probably the first – I don’t want to say in her life but certainly in a long time – where she has had to play forward,” Johnson said.In the game on Friday, junior winger Carolyne Prevost appeared to tweak something in her back. The coaching staff and trainers elected to keep her out of Sunday’s game for precautionary reasons.“We held her out today. She probably could have played, but the one thing is when these kids travel overseas they get tired, you work with jet lag, you get nicks and bumps along the way. In a game where you can rest her and do some things with our trainer to get her prepared for Tuesday’s practice, we felt that was in the best interest,” Johnson said.Her absence paved the way for several young Badgers to get to play in situations that normally they wouldn’t.Freshman defenseman Laurel Miller got the nod at forward, and toward the end of Sunday’s tilt was able to play with none other than Hilary Knight.Knight did everything in her power to earn Miller a point in front of the home crowd.“I really wanted to get either Laurel Miller or Lauren Unser a goal, so we were working at that,” Knight said.The other player who Johnson put in a new situation was Breann Frykas, who he moved up a line to play with Kelly Nash and Mallory Deluce.“That’s good for her to get some ice time and create some more opportunities for her to play,” Johnson said.St. Cloud State likely isn’t the team that will ready the championship-hopeful Badgers for close games down the stretch, but the games did provide Wisconsin with, if nothing else, more confidence on the offensive end and some invaluable experience for the young players on the squad.last_img read more